Port Vyborg ( officially - Port Vyborgsky LLC ) is an enterprise in the city of Vyborg, Leningrad Region .
|sea trading port|
|"Port of Vyborg"|
View of the port from Vyborg castle
|Location||Russia : Vyborg , Leningrad Region|
|Number and length of berths||13 pieces, 1480 m|
The port was founded in the Vyborg Bay at the intersection of waterways between the Gulf of Finland and the shipping system of Lake Saimaa and the Vuoksa River - next to a trading settlement located on a peninsula near a medieval castle .
In 1527, Vyborg was officially recognized as a “ slipway city " with the right to accept foreign ships.
The port has 13 berths (total length 1,480.0 linear meters) located along the coastline of the Vyborg Bay. [one]
For a long time, the Vyborg port included a unit in Vysotsk . In 1992, with the beginning of economic reforms, the Vyborg port was privatized. The closed joint-stock company Vyborg Commercial Sea Port was established. Vysotsky port became an independent organization. In 2007, the company was acquired by OMG Group, the new owner announces with the aim of acquiring diversification of activities and the creation of a single transport and logistics complex of the group in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region .
A universal port specializing in the transshipment of various types of general, bulk and bulk, food and chemical bulk cargoes. The port provides open and covered storage, provides a whole range of other services accompanying cargo transshipment, freight forwarding services and other works. Carries out freight forwarding support of goods.
- For the II quarter of 2008 the nomenclature of the main cargoes processed in the port is as follows: 
- Bulk (mineral fertilizers),
- Bulk (coal, cast iron, scrap metal),
- Forest (round wood, lumber),
- General cargo (steel - import, pipes - import, containers, fertilizers in big bags, pellets - export),
- Bulk (lignosulfonates)
In addition, the port received the first batch of Ro-Ro cargo in 2008: the first 125 Maxus minibuses arrived at the port on a Mann Lines ship.
In the future, it is planned to establish reception in the import mode of cars and minibuses in the port area at the rate of 150 units per 1 call.
The immediate goal is the level of two ship calls per month, then the number of processed wheeled vehicles in Vyborg will increase. 
The prospect of the port should be joint integrated work with the Onega terminal. This logistics complex should handle a significant share of Ro-Ro cargo in the region. For this, it is planned to reconstruct about 70 thousand m² of the port area and completely re-equip the existing port. It is assumed that after the reconstruction, the port will specialize primarily in container, general and Ro-Ro cargo. 
|Cargo turnover thousand tons  ||1078||1357||901.0||1253||1111||1300||1184||1090||1104||1462||1513||1662||1558||1382||1548||1931|
- www.dp.ru. Vyborg port accepted the first batch of Ro-Ro cargo // Business Petersburg ISSN 1606-1829 (Online) / St. Petersburg /. - 16:02 on April 14th of the year.
- Cargo turnover of Russian sea ports in 2012
- ESIMO . Archived on June 6, 2012.
- Cargo turnover data . Big port of St. Petersburg.