With a constant eye on the needs of our customer, our BNK terminal continues to invest, respond and formulate strategy for this busy throughput facility. Key developments include:

  • New K-1 capability: three of our 5000 m³ tanks have been upgraded with pontoons which enable the throughput of K-1 products
  • More capacity: enhanced storage space has been available since January 2012
  • More blending flexibility: BNK has improved our customer’s ability to respond to commercial opportunities and maximise revenues
  • Streamlined processes: proprietary software is delivering efficiency gains in meeting required paperwork for PPE stocktaking.

Our focus now is on upgrading our pumps which will boost both safety and productivity as we target an increase in throughput volumes to 750,000 mt. per year.

BNK is also proud to be a founding member of the newly-created Association of the Stevedoring Companies of the Port of Kaliningrad (ASCPK).

Location BNK, Kaliningrad, Russia
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