Baltic Sea Shipping Company

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The Baltic Sea Shipping Company or B.S.S.C (Russian: ОАО Балтийское морское пароходство, БМП) is a Russian sea transport engaged in the business of oil products storage via rail wagons within Russian link-able terminals, and tanker ship along the inland waterways and coastal seas of European Russia. The company is headquartered in Saint Petersburg and operates in the Baltic Sea. It was founded in 1835. In the Soviet Union it was the largest steamship company with about two hundred registered vessels. In November 1992, it was transformed into a joint stock company.[1]