Kuryk Port Development is a project of a port located on the Eastern coast of the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan. The project has an attractive strategic location at the intersection of developing trade corridors between East and West ("One Belt – One Way") and between North and South (Iran, India, and Russia).
The project includes five facilities: a ferry complex, universal cargo terminal, liquid cargo terminal, specialized bulk terminal, production yard, and transport and logistics center. The total throughput capacity of Port Kuryk terminals would be 13.9 million tons annually.
Universal Cargo Terminal
Liquid Cargo Terminal
Specialized Bulk Terminal
Transport and Logistics Center
Kuryk Port Development is not only internationally important services, but also a whole range of production and logistics facilities.
Our mission is to create an infrastructure to improve the export and trade potential of the Republic of Kazakhstan. For this, we involve the best experts in the field of construction, ecology, business development, consulting, and logistics to the project.
The economic feasibility of the Port Kuryk construction is conditioned with a stable dynamics of international trade and freight traffic growth via the trans-Caspian international transport corridors through Kazakhstan, and with the significant export potential of Kazakhstan.
Port Kuryk is one of hubs in the set of actively developed ports of the Caspian and the Black Seas.