About us

We offer a range of stevedoring services and can provide personalized assistance at the client's request.

Who we are

International stevedoring company with over 500 employees.

Known For

A modern and dynamically developing company that uses advanced technology to be a competitive and leading port in the Baltic.

What we do

From 2003 we offer a range of services for the transshipment of Russian thermal coal for export.


The area of the port is 34.02 hectares. The warehouse area is 22 hectares, including 15 hectares with reinforced concrete floors.


Vysotsk, Leningrad Region, Russia, on the Baltic Sea - 90KM from St. Petersburg, 50KM from Russian-Finish border; reachable by railway or highway.

Berth Length

Four berths that make up a total length of 681 meters.

Mission & vision

To remain a solid presence in the Leningrad region by leading and empowering it via the commitment to sustainable, responsible, and transparent business practices.

Our Values


We provide an end-to-end experience by offering a range of services to complement our partner's needs.


We use the latest technologies for cargo handling and ensure that our teams are professionals in their game.


We ensure reliability through responsible business practices across our operations, transparency, commitments, and performance.

We are growing!

To date, we have reached a maximum throughput of 7 million tons, yet our current aim is to get 10 million tons per year!

How are we growing?

Every year the port increases its throughput by around 30% by focusing on system optimisations, technology modernisation, and production cycles.

Why are we growing?

Change is inevitable and we embrace it at the maximum of our abilities via innovative technologies.

Thousands of tons per year

Our story


The port is to start operating its first grain terminal!


The company celebrated its 15th anniversary. Over the last few years, the company has achieved outstanding results in port business development, and the port's activities have been awarded departmental, regional and cross-industry awards. In addition, the teams were awarded awards of gratitude of the Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation, the thankfulness of the plenipotentiary representative of the President of the Russian Federation of the NorthWestern Federal District, certificate of honor and gratitude of the governor of the Leningrad region, and appreciation of the head of administration of the Vyborgsky District MO.


Reconstruction of the ABK-1 building and adjacent territories has begun to optimize the port infrastructure and improve working conditions for port workers.


Within the framework of the project to increase the transshipment volumes, "Port Vysotsky" completed construction and installation work to expand the existing railways on the port territory, which made it possible to increase the port's cargo turnover to 7 million tons per year.


The port implemented complex software tools for management and accounting to cover all the stages of operations in the port: from planning the approach of ships and wagons to accounting for each batch of goods, automating routine processes, and obtaining reliable information at any given time.


The port celebrated its 30th anniversary.


On the 19th of August, a Panamax-type vessel with a deadweight of 83,730 tons was successfully moored for the first time in the port's history.


Within the Federal Target Program "Modernization of the transport system of Russia 2002 -2010,". In the port, The company carried out large-scale works to reconstruct the berths, dredge the water area and the approach channel. As a result of the dredging, the port increased its waterbed from 10m to 12.7m. As a result, the maximum draft of accepted vessels risen from 9.3 to 11.9m. Consequentially, "Port Vysotskiy" made it possible to receive ships with a deadweight of more than 80,000 tons at the berths and increase the production capacity to 5.5 million tons of cargo per year.


The holding company replaced the old rail tracks at the terminal and the electricity supply infrastructure to eradicate blackouts. In addition, the company expanded the storage area and constructed heated buildings for staff and equipment maintenance. The firm also invested in other machinery for cargo handling.


From 2003 the stevedoring company "Port Vysotsky" was incorporated and became responsible for the loading and unloading operations of the port. Notably, the port began to specialise in bulk cargo, mainly Russian thermal coal from Kuzbass, which the company exported and exports to countries in Northern and Western Europe.


On January 5th, the authorities included the port in the Register of Seaports of the Russian Federation. From this moment, the port became independent and one of the youngest harbors in the country.


In February, based on the berths of the port station in Vysotsk, the company CJSC "Sea Commercial Port of Vysotsk" was registered.


On the 22nd December, the first ship moored at the pier of the port of Vysotsk - a motor ship named "Angarskles" that delivered steel pipes from Germany. By the beginning of the 90s, the Vysotsky port station turned into a sizeable transshipment complex capable of serving ships with a deadweight of up to 25 thousand tons at its berths.


Vysotsk (before 1917 known as Trongzund and Uuras between 1917-1948) was first mentioned in documents in 1532 as a Swedish custom. For centuries, the Trongzund harbor has historically been the outer area of ​​the Vyborg port. The various cargo was transshipped from barges and small vessels to large sea vessels with higher drafts in the roadstead. In the first quarter of the 20th century, Uuras became the most significant forest harbor in Finland. The port worked from mid-April to mid-January. During the summer, up to two thousand ships could be loaded in the harbor. Following the accession of the territory of the Vyborg region to the USSR and in the first post-war years, the main export cargo of the port was apatite concentrate, which arrived by rail from the Kola Peninsula. In the 1960s, the port activities in Vysotsk were discontinued. However, in the 1980s the life began to boil again. The local authorities restored the railway, erected new berths, and installed powerful cranes.


We are involved in social, charitable, and cultural projects. For example, the port has a history of donating and helping orphanages throughout the region and Russia and helping support local orthodox churches.