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Port Bronka acquires new system for storing steel coils
Port Bronka has acquired the Rollstop system for storing of steel coils. The system consists of rails, connectors, spacers and RollStops which may be easily assembled and disassembled. The system allows storing of coils up to 2500 mm in diameter and up to three tiers high. This new coil storage system enhances safety level of operations for both the staff and the cargo without any risks of damages.
KOTTA container demonstration at Port Bronka
On 28 May 2021 new model of KOTTA container with increased payload capacity was demonstrated at Port Bronka. The new model with upgraded construction elements will allow transportation of cargo up to 37 tons inside 20-foot container.
New lifting beam with a load capacity of 500 tons
The new lifting beam with load capacity of 500 tons was delivered to Port Bronka according to development plan of ro-ro and breakbulk terminal. The lifting beam is made by CERTEX especially for Fenix LLC having 17.6 meters in length and equipped with twenty nozzles for fixing and lifting the load using slings.
Handling of 67-meter blades of wind turbine
Port Bronka handled three 67-meter blades for the wind turbine delivered from Finland by sea. Such long blades were handled first time in the ports of Russia Nord-West. The customer is TIS Group LLC.
New forklifts at port Bronka
Port Bronka set into operation two new TCM forklifts with capacity of 2,0 tons. The growing demand for warehouse handling services encourages the port to purchase more equipment. There are 32 forklifts in operations with capacity from 1.8 to 42 tons and Variable Reach Truck Meclift with capacity of 18 tons, capable of operating inside a container. Special grippers are used as hinged equipment for handing of such cargoes like: rolls, boxes, bins, tanks, bags and others.
Happy New Year
Dear partners,

Season’s Greetings! May New Year bring only happiness, joy and prosperity to you and your family and may all your wishes come true.
Port Bronka is extending the support for its clients until the end of 2021
Meeting your numerous requests the management of port Bronka has decided to extend until the end of 2021 the support measures for participants in foreign economic activity in connection with the coronavirus pandemic, and in particular.
Port Bronka strengths support for Russian participants in foreign economic activity
Port Bronka continues to strengthen the support for Russian participants in foreign economic activity in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.
Port Bronka supports Russian exporters and importers
The logistics sector was among first one’s subjected influence of the COVID-19 pandemic spreading: suspension of production lines in many countries, decrease of the supply and the demand, break-downs in well-tooled transportation systems, all of these had caused an inadvertent increase of cargo idling in ports for further shipment. Hence Fenix LLC, the operator of Port Bronka, undertakes new extraordinary actions in supporting Russian participants in external economic activity suffering from the pandemic consequence.
Port Bronka take part in Earth Hour
Earth Hour is now one of the world's largest grassroots movements for the environment, engaging millions of people in more than 180 countries and territories.
Port Bronka is operating 24/7
To support international trade and transport and also in accordance to the President of Russian Federation decree of 25th March 2020 «On the announcement of additional holidays days in the Russian Federation since 30th March till 03th April 2020» port Bronka operates at regular working hours 24/7.
New heavy load roll-trailers at port Bronka
Fenix LLC has purchased and commissioned four new Novatech 60 feet roll trailers with payload capacity 90 tons.
Port Bronka and NBG Nouschirvan Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH have signed an agency agreement
On 31st January 2020 Fenix LLC St.Petersburg - the owner and operator of Port Bronka and NBG Nouschirvan Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH Hamburg, have signed an agency agreement for the promotion of the most modern Russian sea port.
New forklifts and grippers at port Bronka
In frames of port Bronka equipping plan LLC Fenix has purchased and set into operation three new TSM forklifts and new grippers for handling of different type of cargoes. The forklifts have been made in the wagon version, with capacity of 2.5 and 3.0 tons and with a fork lifting height up to 3.0 meters.
Second mobile crane Liebherr LHM800 set in operation
Second mobile crane Liebherr LHM800 officially set in operation at port Bronka. All assembling works, testing and registration procedure have been finished on 28th November 2019.
Special forklift gripper for timber at port Bronka
Fenix LLC purchased special forklift gripper to facilitate striping and stuffing operation of container with timber at port Bronka.
Second mobile crane Liebherr LHM 800 in port Bronka
On 14th September new mobile harbour crane Liebherr LHM 800 arrived to port Bronka by mv Trina. This is the second crane of such model in the port.
New Classroom Modern Russian Port Infrastructure in Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping
On the 1st of September 2019 in Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping was opened a new classroom Modern Russian Port Infrastructure.
Port Bronka Joined Instagram
Dear friends, clients and colleagues, we have created an Instagram account of MSCC Bronka to share with you information, photos and video about the everyday port operations.
New Straddle Carrier in Port Bronka
In frames of MSCC Bronka Container Terminal equipping plan Fenix LLC has purchased and set in operation straddle carrier NOELL-KONECRANES Sprinter Carrier 624E.
Innovative technology of transshipment using containers KOTTA was demonstrated in the port Bronka
On April 19, 2019, a demonstration of the handling of bulk / bulk cargo using the KOTTA spreader and KOTTA containers with lower unloading was held at MMPK Bronka. The demonstration included the intraport movement of containers from the drain to the sea cargo front, the lifting of the port mobile crane, the opening and closing of the lower hatches.