The MV Cargo terminal, which is being built at the Yuzhny seaport, has received its first grain wagons, the CFTS reports, citing information from the company.

"We tested all the station’s systems for unloading railway wagons, conveyor belts, and the grain storage warehouse. The processing of the first cargo was successful, demonstrating the synchronous and coordinated work of the unloading chain," MV Cargo said.

According to the company, 256 wagons of grain can be processed here per day.

As the CFTS reported earlier, the automobile unloading station at the terminal will be capable of processing 790 vehicles per day. In general, the entire complex will be capable of handling about 35,000 tons of grain per day, which means that it will be possible to load a Post-Panamax-type vessel in two or three days.