A.P. Moller - Maersk opens an Inland Container Depot at Novorossiysk, Russia
Maersk´s first Russian Inland Container Depot will create over 48 jobs and add needed storage/cross-dock capacity to relieve strained supply chains. Novorossiysk is the largest port on the Black Sea. Connected by rail and highways to the main industrial and population centers of Russia, Transcaucasia, and Central Asia, it's one of the biggest export hubs and gateways in Russia, serving the entire country´s geography.
Maersk Inland Container Depot (ICD) at Novorossiysk. Foto © A.P. Moller - Maersk
Located 10 kilometers away from the port, Maersk´s Inland Container Depot (ICD) operates two rail services total 570m, and it is equipped with fertilizers, liquid cargoes as well as general and palletized cargo handling facilities.
The facility is a key pivot point in supply chain management. Spread across three hectares, it has capacity to store 1.500 containers (TEUs) and it is expected an annual turnover of 25.000 containers.
The new facility reflects Maersk’s strategic plan to grow logistics and services capabilities for customers’ supply chains by adding more capacity and flexibility for decision-making.
Quelle: A.P. Moller - Maersk