Our BNK facility in Kaliningrad is unusual among other VTTI assets; it is not so much a storage facility as a throughput terminal, handling fast-track cargoes.

The product arrives at the terminal by rail and is stored, typically for just 1-2 weeks, before being loaded onto seagoing vessels bound for the major energy ports in the Netherlands, Germany and UK.

The facility is an ice-free port that occupies a unique position in the Russian exclave. It serves as a niche export location with its ability to handle low-flash product exports received by rail from Russia, Belarus and even Kazakhstan.

BNK is where the VTTI story began: it was the first to be bought by our co-owner Vitol, in 1995.


Latest opportunities, news and events

16th July 2015
Skilling Up at BNK

Like other VTTI terminals, we are looking for ways to become more multi-skilled. The more we can do ourselves, the more we can optimise costs and deliver efficiencies for customers. But as...

BNK, Russia
10th January 2014
5 inspections, 5 passes

We like things busy - which was just as well as various authorities and agencies decided it was time to inspect BNK.

BNK, Russia