Carbo One considers logistics as one of the core elements of its business. The company has managed to build up profoundly elaborated logistics which suits perfectly to export promotion and ensures on-time coal delivery to different directions.

Railway Logistics

Carbo One actively participates in the planning of cargo transit by rail freightage and maintains close contact with the General Railway Tariffs Office, which makes cargo transportation monitoring possible. This sort of relations insures the delivery of required quantities of coal within the agreed period of time to the seaports. Carbo One has a long-term agreement with one of the largest Russian rail operators which guarantees not only secured delivery to loadports, but also lower transportation costs.

Coal ports logistics and development

Carbo One delivers coal through such large high-tech coal terminals as Vostochny and Ust-Luga.


The port of Ust-Luga was commissioned in 2006. Since then the volume of coal handled in the port has been growing and now the port handles 25 million tonnes of coal annually.

Ust-Luga: technical data

  • Coal handling: 25.0 mt/y;
  • DWT: 100 000 t;
  • 10 separate stock piles;
  • Automatic sampling station.

Modern coal handling equipment:

  • two shiploaders;
  • 2 combined stacker-reclaimers;
  • 1 stacker;
  • 1 reclaimer;
  • two special defrosting devices;
  • 17 magnetic separators;
  • two wagon tipplers (1000 railcars per day)


The port of Vostochny is the largest Russian coal port in the Asia-Pacific region. Specialized coal terminal enables Russian suppliers to get significant benefit from delivering coal to the fast growing Asian market. The expansion of the Specialized coal terminal will increase the annual port capacity to 40.0 million tonnes in 2019.

Vostochny: technical data

  • Coal handling: 29.0 mt/y;
  • DWT: 150 000 t;
  • All year round navigation.

Coal handling equipment:

  • two shiploaders;
  • two stackers;
  • two reclaimers;
  • four defrosting devices;
  • 35 magnetic separators;
  • two wagon tipplers (900 railcars per day).