2 months Russian seaports up by 8%

In January-February 2013 Russian seaports increased by 8% compared to the same period in 2012 and amounted to 88.5 million tons, according to Finmarket.ru.

Total deliveries of bulk carriers was 35.8 million tons (+4.8%), including: coal — 14.1 million tons (+21.8%), containerized cargo — 6.6 million tons (+2.9 %), minobreny — 1.9 million tons (+33.2%). The volume of ferrous metals declined to 4.2 million tons (-7.1%), timber — up to 0.7 million tons (-18.1%), grains — up to 0.7 million tons (almost 4 times) .

The volume of liquid cargo amounted to 52.7 million tons (+10.3%), including crude oil — 32.8 million tons (+8.4%), oil — 17.4 million tons (+1.6 %).

Export cargo handled 71.2 million tons, up 9.4% from the same period last year, import cargo — 7.3 million tons (+28.7%), transit — 5.6 million tons (-25.4% ), cabotage — 4.4 million tons (+19.7%).

The operators of marine terminals of the Arctic Basin handled 7.3 million tons of cargo, which is 43.8% more than 2 months in 2012. Total deliveries of bulk carriers increased to 3.8 million tons (+8.5%), and liquid — up to 3.5 million tons (more than 2-fold).

In the ports of the Baltic Sea cargo transshipment volume increased to 32.6 million tonnes (+ 7.9%), including transhipment of dry cargo amounted to 11.8 million tons (+8.0%), bulk — 20.8 million tons (+7 , 8%).

Seaports of the Azov-Black Sea basin was 26.2 million tonnes, which is 4.8% more than in January-February 2012. Total deliveries of bulk carriers rose to 8.3 million tons (+2.5%), liquid bulk — up to 17.9 million tons (+5.9%).

In the Caspian Basin to the sea ports were handled 1.3 million tons of cargo (-22.4%), including dry cargo — 0.5 million tons (-26.0%), liquid bulk cargo — 0.8 million tons (0, 5%).

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