Nornickel buys new port cranes in Dudinka, North Russia

by   CIJ News iDesk V
2020-11-09   12:05
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Norilsk Nickel Company will invest 4 billion rubles ($51 million) by the end of 2021 in new mobile port cranes in Dudinka, according to Director of Nornickel’s Polar Transport Division, Alexei Novakov. “Under this program, we plan to buy ten new mobile cranes by the end of 2021. “Six of them have already arrived at the Polar Transport Division, of which two have been put into operation, another two have been assembled and are awaiting necessary permissions and the remaining two are to be assembled. Nornickel will invest about 4 billion rubles in new mobile port cranes,” he said. With the new cranes, the Dudinka sea port will turn into one of Russia’s ports with the most up-to-date infrastructure. Dudinka is Russia’s northernmost international sea port and the biggest port in Siberia.