On June 30, 2020, the first licensed equipment for the 4th production line of the Amur GPP was delivered to the berth of the plant.

The first cargo of 2020 is a demethanizer with dimensions of 87.9 x 7.43 x 7.57 m and a transport weight of 860 tons.  This is the largest cargo of the 2020 delivery season.

The equipment arrived in Russia on the MV Regine crane ship (SAL company under a contract with Combi Lift GmbH) from the South Korean port of Masan to the port of De Kastri.  The crane vessel was unloaded onto 4 barge-towing trains of the Spetstyazhavtotrans Group of companies.

It took less than 25 days for a Russian transport company to travel 2,500 kilometers on a barge towing caravan.

Route: 237 km by sea from the port of De Kastri to Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, 1923 km along the Amur River and 212 km along the Zeya River to the berth of the Amur GPP.

In total, in the 2020 season, the volume of deliveries of the equipment to the Amur GPP totals to 43 units of equipment with a total weight of about 8 thousand tons. Spetstyazhavtotrans will deliver more than 4.5 thousand tons of licensed cargo. The involved fleet was specially built to transport oversized heavyweight equipment to the Amur GPP.