#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The transport company PEK, a multiservice logistics operator, which is included in the backbone organizations of the Russian economy list, has launched transportation along the Northern Sea Route and delivery to Norilsk by river.
In the northern city the branch was opened three months ago. The carrier promises that by the end of the year the delivery time to Norilsk from the European part of Russia will be reduced by 2–4 days. The company can deliver cargo from anywhere in Russia to Norilsk in transit through the ports of Murmansk and Arkhangelsk.
“The transit time for delivery from Moscow to Norilsk via the Northern Sea Route is 23–34 working days. The route includes road transportation to Murmansk or Arkhangelsk. The next stage is by icebreaker to Dudinka port, and then again by car to Norilsk itself”, said Sergey Moiseenkov, PEK franchising director.
During summer navigation, PEK delivers cargo to Norilsk along the Yenisey – from Krasnoyarsk to Dudinka, and then by car to the final destination. Barges with at least 10 thousand tons capacity ply on the route. Delivery time is 10-12 days.
“PEK has launched a comprehensive service that includes door-to-door transportation between Norilsk and other Russian cities, warehouse handling, and execution of accompanying documents. Norilsk residents can choose sea, river or air delivery”, the speaker noted.
Earlier it became known that another large transport holding entered the Northern Sea Route. Cargo turnover along the Northern Sea Route overlaps forecasts. This is Taimyr also reported that Russian Helicopters holding tested a mail drone in the Arctic.
Text: Angelica Stepanova, Photo: Denis Kozhevnikov