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NOVOSIBIRSK, June 09. /ITAR-TASS/. Russian coal miner Siberian Anthracite is considering exporting its products through the Bolshoi Zarubino Port, which is now being built by multi-industry holding Summa Group in the country’s Far East, the miner’s CEO Dmitry Shatohin told reporters on Monday.
“We are interested in all the projects associated with ports. We track each one of them carefully, and have contracts with five or six of them as of today, if we are speaking about the Far East. We will work with pleasure with a port that will be able to ensure competitive and high-quality cargo shipments,” Shatohin said, adding that this refers not only to Summa Group’s port, but to other similar projects as well.
Siberian Anthracite now exports around 90% of its products, he said. Asian countries obtain 88% of the company’s total exports, while the rest goes to European countries.