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08.08.2017
In the first half of 2017 Container terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP, member of UCL Holding) invested RUB 367,7 million in modernization of port infrastructure (17,4% increase YOY).
04.08.2017
In January-June 2017 Container terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP, member of UCL Holding) spent over 5,1 million rubles on its social and environmental initiatives.
03.08.2017
In the 1st half of 2017 “Multi-Purpose Reloading Complex, LLC” (MRC, the company of UCL Holding) in the port of Ust-Luga (Leningrad region) handled over 2.78 mln tons of cargoes, which is by 41% more than during the same period of last year.  
03.08.2017
In the first half of 2017 JSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” (SPSP, the company of UCL Holding) handled 3.6 mln tons of cargoes – 5% less than during the same period of last year.
02.08.2017
In January-June 2017 JSC “Container terminal Saint-Petersburg” (CTSP, member of UCL Holding) handled 319,000 TEUs (10,7% year over year increase).
01.08.2017
In the 1st half of 2017 LLC “Universal Forwarder” (UF, a part of UCL Holding) handled 9.3 mln tons of cargoes, which is by 12.5% more than during the same period of last year.
28.07.2017
In the first half of 2017 JSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” (SPSP, part of UCL Holding) spent 14.8 mln rbls for realization of the ecological programme which is by 2.5% more than in the previous year.
28.07.2017
Since the beginning of 2017 JSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” (a company of UCL Holding) has directed 23.5 mln rbls for implementation of the social programme, which is by 25% more than during the same period of last year.
28.07.2017
In the first half of 2017 “Multi-Purpose Reloading Complex, LLC” (MRC, the company of UCL Holding) in the port of Ust-Luga (Leningrad region) spent 44.6 mln roubles for the development of its production capacities, which is twice as much as during the same period of last year.
20.07.2017
In the first half of 2017 LLC “Marine Recruiting Agency” (MRA) trained 1 713 specialists in marine, road-building and warehousing trades, which is by 58% more than during the same period of 2016. 

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