ONEGO is a vertically integrated logistics transportation company

About us

ONEGO is a vertically integrated logistics transportation company. The company’s philosophy is based on achieving the desired result of its clients in any unusual circumstances. We continually expand our capabilities to provide the whole range of transportation and logistics services.

SEA AND RIVER TRANSPORTATION

Sea and river transportation is the foundation of the company’s growth. With offices in St. Petersburg, the Netherlands and USA, ONEGO holding is an international shipping and logistics company, operating and managing up to 30 ships with deadweight from 4000 to 20000 tons. We can ship cargo of any complexity to any part of the world

The fleet management developed from commercial operation of ships. Presently the company provides end-to-end ship management services: technical management, crewing, commercial operation, legal support. We ensure efficient operation of the fleet and maintain it in the best technical condition.

NORTHERN AND ARCTIC LOGISTICS

Over the previous 7 years the company has focused on Northern and Arctic logistics. We can beat any competitor in the sector.

Having a top-notch team of professionals, we can deliver cargo of any complexity to remote Arctic regions of the world’s largest country. Chartering of required shipping space, drafting a plan and performing delivery of cargo during the whole navigation season, ice-breaker support, unloading to undeveloped beaches, working on coast ice, discharging to smaller ships and in the open Arctic sea, constructing port stations on unoccupied and hard to reach shores, procuring and delivering required construction materials and equipment – all of that is covered by ONEGO’s capabilities. The company has been recently developing a new business area through active involvement in bottom dredging projects and construction of sea facilities.

Any unusual challenge mobilizes and leads to unique solutions that we develop and implement.

We find it fascinating!

Motorship
“Onego St. Peterburg”

A modern and multifunction vessel built in the Netherlands.
Floated out in 2011. Equipped with cranes of 40 ton capacity each, jointly capable of lifting up to 80 tons of cargo. Ideal for shipping of project cargo.

Characteristics of the vessel

Flag The Netherlands
Call sign PCJP
Class Lloyds Register
IMO No. 9526083
Ice class Arc 4
Speed 13 knots
Gross tonnage 5416 reg. tons
Net tonnage 2949 reg. tons
Deadweight 8215 tons
Payload capacity 7750 tons
Length 118.4 m
Beam 15.9 m
Draft 7.2 m
Main engine power output 2970 kW
Steering device power output 300 kW
Cranes 80 tons
Maximum capacity of cranes 2 х 40 tons
Название на Английском Motorship<br> “Onego St. Peterburg”

Motorship
“Onego Spirit”

With a deadweight of 4275 tons this vessel is designed to ship general cargoes, wood and lumber. Thanks to the high ice class it can efficiently operated during winter season in the Baltics, the Gulf of Finland and the Gulf of Bothnia.

Characteristics of the vessel

Flag Belize
Call sign V3UX
Class Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
IMO No. 8900969
Ice class Arc 4
Speed 11 knots
Gross tonnage 3936 reg. tons
Net tonnage 1612 reg. tons
Deadweight 4275 tons
Payload capacity 4275 tons
Length 90.2 m
Beam 17.3 m
Draft 6.0 m
Main engine power output 3360 kW
Steering device power output 220 kW
Crane capacity 2 х 25 tons
Year built 1991
Название на Английском Motorship
“Onego Spirit”

Motorship
“Onego Archangelsk”

Vessel of the same type as motorship “Onego St. Peterburg”.
Most suitable for oversize cargo thanks to a removable twindeck and a lengthy 2nd hold.

Characteristics of the vessel

Flag The Netherlands
Call sign PCBP
Class Lloyds Register
IMO No. 9532824
Ice class Arc 4
Speed 13 knots
Gross tonnage 5416 reg. tons
Net tonnage 2949 reg. tons
Deadweight 8216 tons
Payload capacity 7750 tons
Length 118.4 m
Beam 15.2 m
Draft 7.2 m
Main engine power output 2970 kW
Steering device power output 300 kW
Cranes 2 х 40 tons
Maximum capacity of cranes 80 tons
Название на Английском Motorship
“Onego Archangelsk”

Motorship
“Sinekura-2”

A unique Japan-built ship, with shallow draft and a 25-ton crane.
Can deliver cargo to undeveloped beaches.
Can be used as a floating crane in mooring cargo operations.

Characteristics of the vessel

Flag Russia
Call sign UBKH4
Class Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
IMO No. 8805884
Ice class Ice 1
Speed 11 knots
Gross tonnage 724 reg. tons
Hold measurements, L x B x H 18.1 x 9.3 x 5.4 m
Net tonnage 217 reg. tons
Deadweight 604 tons
Payload capacity 580 tons
Length 50.3 m
Beam 12.0 m
Draft 3.3 m
Main engine power output 745 kW
Steering device power output 134 kW
Cranes Up to 25 tons
Название на Английском Motorship
“Sinekura-2”

Supply ship
“Toboy”

Tugboat “Toboy”, built in 2008 in Singapore, is the first vessel deployed to ensure safe approach and docking of tankers at Varandey fixed offshore ice-resistant off-loading terminal even in harsh ice conditions of the Barents Sea during winter.

Characteristics of the vessel

Beam 18.5 m
Built in Singapore
Call sign UBUE9
Class КМ * ARC7 [1] A1 EPP supply ship
Classification authority Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
Deadweight 1930 tons
Draft 9.30 m
Engine type 3 х Wartsilla 9L 32
Flag Russia
Homeport 11.2 m
Hull height 11.2 m
IMO No. 9402407
Length: design/LWL/LOA 81.6 m
Registry number 070107
Total power output of the engines 2008
Type Supply ship
Year built 2008
Название На английском Supply ship
“Toboy”

Icebreaker
“Varandey”

Multifunction icebreaker “Varandey” was built in Singapore on commission from LUKOIL to support all-year operation of Varandey fixed offshore ice-resistant off-loading terminal and ensure safe ice conditions while tankers are loaded.

Characteristics of the vessel

Beam 21.70 m
Built in Singapore
Call sign UHLY
Class КМ * Icebreaker 7 AUT1 ICS EPP
Classification authority Russian Maritime Register of Shipping
Deadweight 4643 tons
Draft 10.06 m
Engine type 4 х Wartsilla 12V32
Flag Russia
Homeport Kaliningrad
Hull height 13.30 m
IMO No. 9402392
Length: design/LWL/LOA /88,00/ 92.30 /100.00 m
Registry number 070111
Total power output of the engines 23040 kW
Type Icebreaker
Year built 2008
Название На английском Icebreaker
“Varandey”

PROJECTS

Development of Kirinskoe Gas Condensate Field under Sakhalin-3 project by Gazprom.

During 2012 navigation Onego Shipping took part in project “Development of Kirinskoe Gas Condensate Field” (Eastern coast of Sahkalin) to backfill pipelines, laid by OJSC “MRTS”, with inert materials (breakstone and sand). Our experts performed acceptance of all materials, distributed the volumes by each offloading, kept surveying tables for backfilling, coordinated placing of vessels and unloading queue, prepared shipping and operation documentation.

The backfilling was performed completely as planned, according to technical specifications.

Precise placing of a scow on the offloading point using TRIMBLE system
Self-unloading of a vessel to a scow
Scow approaching for loading
Transloading of sand from a cargo vessel with Sinekura-1 crane ship
Pipelayer Fortuna
Scow offloading to the pipeline
Continuous operation

Construction of a deep-water port Sabetta for transshipment of LNG to gas carriers. The works started in summer of 2012.

Construction of a temporary quay on an undeveloped beach to deliver construction materials and equipment for the plant and the transshipping terminal.

“We’ll set our city’s first stones to spite our power-drunk neighbours”
Dredging the shoreline.
Dredging the shoreline.
Dredging the shoreline.
Dredging the shoreline.
Dredging the shoreline.

Since 2008 Onego Shipping takes part in construction of a major pipeline Bovarenkovo-Ukhta. Our main focus in the project is shipping logistics, delivery of construction materials to the site, establishment of port stations on beaches, design and construction of transportation infrastructure. Also our company was subcontracted for dredging operation and backfilling of underwater pipelines.

The first leg of the pipeline was commissioned in fall 2012.

Transloading of sand to a self-propelled scow for backfilling of the pipeline.
This is how it all started. Yerayakha river. Starting construction of a relay point on an undeveloped beach.
Building a temporary quay in the mouth of Yerayakha river.
Delivering breakstone by barges in the shallow waters.
Specifics of transportation in the Arctic.
Offloading and arranging pipes for the pipeline construction at the beach point.
Shipping large diameter pipes.
Laying underwater pipeline.
Pipelayer with docked sea vessel for transloading of pipes.
Offloading breakstone by bulker underwater cut.
Dredger Geopotis 15.