Khabarovsk Territory

Sovetskaya Haven SEZ

Special Economic Zones: Port Zones

Focus industries:


  • Seaport logistics
  • Goods transportation and handling
  • Sea vessel MRO and re-equipment
  • Seafood and Sea products
  • Trading activities

SEZ area: 290 ha 

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RUB 151 billion

Value Of Products Shipped:

RUB 111 billion


RUB 43.8 billion

Fixed Asset Investments:

RUB 90 billion

Key Sectors:

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Chemicals production
  • Metal and steel
  • Metalworking

Major Enterprises:

  • Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association
  • Amur Cable Works
  • Dalhimfarm
  • Komsomolsk-on-Amur Hoisting and Conveying Machinery Plant
  • Dalenergomash



Khabarovsk-2 station is the biggest rail hub on the Far Eastern stretch of Russian Railways Directions: southern (towards Vladivostok and Vostochny Port), western (towards Moscow), and northern (Komsomolsk-on-Amur)


Federal highways:

  • M60 «Ussuri»
  • M58 «Amur»


17 airfields of various classes operate within the Port Zone. The region’s biggest airport is Khabarovsk Novy.

Sovetskaya Gavan airport is nearest to the Zone.


Khabarovsk river port is the largest on the Amur. Other major river ports include Komsomolsk and Nikolayevsk.

There are sea ports in Okhotsk, Ayan, Nikolayevsk-on-Amur, Vanino, and Sovetskaya Gavan. Vanino is the region’s biggest sea port.

Social Indicators

Total Population:

1.4 million

Personal Incomes (Per capita monthly income):

RUB 19,200

Educational Institutions

30 institutions of higher education with 89,400 students

30 vocational schools with 27,300 students.