Mokpo, South Korea – Saint Petersburg, Russia – Moscow, Russia, December 2016
Four CCR Modules were manufactured in South Korea and delivered to the Port of St. Petersburg by two ocean-going vessels. After transshipment to barges, the Modules were sent along Neva - Ladoga Lake – Onega Lake – Volga-Baltic Waterway – Volga River – Nizhny Novgorod – Kolomna Port (via Oka River) – Besedy Port (via Moskwa River) to Besedy Port. The Modules were unloaded and disassembled into two parts for the purpose of cargo height reduction, thus resulting in 8 OSHV units subject to further transportation. The dissasemblage was carried out with the involvement of a gentry crane. It took 4 round trips two Modules per road train to deliver the Modules to Moscow Oil Refinery. The transportation by road was carried out at night time in accordance with the OSHV haulage rules. This cargo transportation took almost five months in whole – since the end of July, 2016 till the beginning of December, 2016.