Vladivostok Commercial Port

Vladivostok Commercial Port

The Port of Vladivostok is situated on north-west of the ice-free Golden Horn Bay. The port is open to Russian and foreign vessels al  year round. It serves 16 lines, including 10 container lines, 4 Ro-Ro and 2 passenger lines.

Being historically oriented for domestic cargo handling, the port was introduced to foreign trade in 1991. Since then Vladivostok Commercial Port has been constantly increasing its export-import turnover.

Advantageous geographical location of the Port of Vladivostok predetermines its significant role in overseas and short-sea shipping traffic in Asia-Pacific region. Major foreign traffic flows link the port with South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Major part of cabotage traffic goes to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Magadan, Anadyr, Korsakov and ports of Chukotka.

Vladivostok Commercial Port is conveniently positioned for cargo carriage by various transport modes: truck, rail. Its layout as well as the region's railways structure make cargo transportation by rail to/from the port cheaper than from other ports nearby. Port's world-class servicing infrastructure includes stevedoring, agency, forwarding, towage, surveyor, tallyman and other companies.

Port services

Port facility information

Port development program

If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact: Sales & Marketing Department

Our Address:
9, Strelnikov street, Vladivostok, 690950 Russia
Phone: +7 (423) 249-51-73, +7 (423) 249-52-82, +7 (423) 249-52-50
E-mail: vmtp@fesco.com

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