Zabaikalsky Grain Terminal LLC (part of the New Land Grain Corridor Group of Companies – an export trader of Ural, Siberian and Far Eastern grain) will begin designing a sea grain terminal in the Far East this year, so that in two and a half to three years after that put it into action. This was announced to Kommersant on the sidelines of SPIEF-2022 by Karen Ovsepyan, Director General of the Zabaikalsky Grain Terminal. The terminal capacity will be 10 million tons. “This is a ready site, railway approaches are ready, there are mooring walls,” he said, explaining that the company has a container terminal in Zabaikalsk, which it is changing to this site. “The container business is not ours,” he noted. The “New Land Grain Corridor” at SPIEF 2022 also announced its intention to invest 5 billion rubles. to a network of elevators in the Omsk region and the Altai region. Natalya Skorlygina, St. Petersburg.