The terminal uses the newest re-loading equipment and was the first to implement a loading scheme involving RTG and Shuttle Carrier. The most advanced computer programmes for electronic data exchange with customers, controlling re-loading equipment, positioning of containers, warehouse management, cooperation with customs and veterinary boards, also special programmes such as RTG for satellite positioning and RMI for inspection of the technical condition of re-loading equipment are used in the terminal.
By using the newest technological and computerised systems we can guarantee continued handling of vessels with a capacity of 55-60 units per hour, also handling of road transport in average within 30 minutes starting from arrival in the terminal until leaving. Well elaborated technological schemes for handling railway platforms and well organised mutual work relations between railway and forwarding companies allow us to depart container trains from our container terminals 24 h if needed. These container trains (such as “Baltica Transit” and “Zubr” for instance) travel without any failures and according to the schedules to Moscow or as route trains to the Central Asian countries.
We ensure quality through continuing analysis, monitoring and certification of our operations. Since 2011, we have held the ISO 9001:2008 quality certificateand in 2013 we were given ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 2200:2005. Our safety technology and standards have allowed us to recieve the international ISPS certificate in 2005.