Russia: seaports for 7 months of 2012 rose

Russian seaports for 7 months of 2012 amounted to 318.9 million tons, up by 4.7% over the same period last year. This was reported in the media of the Association of Commercial Sea Port.

Total deliveries of bulk carriers was 143.4 million tonnes and increased by 12.1%, mainly due to: coal — 49.8 million tons (+9.2%), containerized cargo — 24.7 million tons ( +8.6%), ferrous metals — 16 million tons (+8.4%), grain — 12.8 million tons of cargo ferries — 4.8 million tons tons (+24.5%), Forest — 3.7 million tons (+2.1%), non-ferrous metals — 2.5 million tons (+8.7%), scrap metal — 2.2 million tons (+5.9%). The volume of mineral fertilizers was 5.9 million tons, a decrease of 15.8%, ore — 4.5 million tons (-8.2%), other dry bulk cargo — 2.6 million tons (-5, 9%), boxes — 3 million tons (-16.5%), refrigerated cargo — 2 million tonnes tonnes (-24.7%).

The volume of liquid cargo amounted to 175.5 million tonnes, down by 0.8%, including crude oil — 111.3 million tons (-2.9%), oil — 62.6 million tons ( +1.9%).

Export cargo handled 252.1 million tonnes, up 9.0% from the same period last year. Reduced transshipment of imported goods — by 6.6%, to 25.4 million tons, due to general cargo and sugar, transit — by 10.9%, to 25.8 million tons, cabotage — by 10.2%, to 15.6 million tons, due to lower volumes of crude oil. At the same time, the transshipment of dry cargo in the coastal trade increased by 18.3% to 9.9 million tonnes

The operators of marine terminals of the Arctic Basin handled 20.1 million tons of cargo, which is 20.6% less than 7 months of 2011 Total deliveries of bulk carriers increased to 13.7 million tons (+8.8%), liquid bulk cargoes — reduced by almost a factor of 2, due to the fall in the handling of the PKK "tankers," and amounted to 6.4 million tons of throughput of the port of Arkhangelsk rose to 2.9 million tons (+30.0%), Dudinka — to 0 , 7 million tons (+6.0%). Throughput of the port of Murmansk was reduced to 12.5 million tons (-23.5%), Vitino — up to 2.2 million tons (-14.7%), Varandej — up to 1.2 million tons (2.3 times) and Kandalaksha — up to 0.4 million tons (-18.6%).

In the ports of the Baltic Sea cargo transshipment volume increased to 116.1 million tons (+9.1%), including transhipment of dry cargo amounted to 43.4 million tons (+6.9%), bulk — 72.7 million tons (10.5%). Throughput of the port of Primorsk was 44.3 million tons (+0.8%), the port of Ust-Luga — 23.5 million tons (an increase of 2.1 times due to the commissioning of bulk terminals and increasing of coal), Vyborg — up to 0.7 million tons (+31%). At the same time reduced the volume of transshipment of the Big Port of St. Petersburg — up to 33 million tons (-3.3%), the port of Kaliningrad — up to 7.2 million tons (-13.1%), Visotsk — to 7 3 million tons (-11.8%).

Seaports of the Azov-Black Sea basin was 99.6 million tons, up 5.2% over the last 7 months of 2011 the volume of transshipment of bulk carriers rose to 38.5 million tons (+24.8%), liquid — decreased to 61.1 million tons (-4.2%). The volume of cargo transshipment port of Novorossiysk — to 68.8 million tons (+4.1%), Rostov — up to 5.8 million tons (+36.9%), the Caucasus — to 4.4 million tons (+ 7.3%), Azov — up to 2.5 million tons (+35.6%), Eysk — up to 1.9 million tons (+7.1%), Taganrog — up to 1.9 million tonnes ( +6.9%) and Taman — up to 0.9 million tons in the same time Tuapse port throughput declined by 6.5% to 10.6 million tonnes, Temryuk — by 16.5% to 1.2 million tons

Caspian Sea ports handled 6.2 million tons of cargo (+7.3%), including dry cargo — 2.9 million tons (-4.6%), liquid bulk cargo — 3.3 million tons (20, 6%). Throughput of the port of Astrakhan fell by 15.8% and amounted to 2 million tons in the same time increased the port’s Makhachkala — by 21.5%, to 3.7 million tons, and Olya — by 37.9%, to 0 , 5 million tons

In the ports of the Far Eastern basin turnover increased to 76.9 million tons (+5.9%). Total deliveries of bulk carriers rose to 44.9 million tons (+10.1%), liquid — remained at the same level as last year, amounting to 32 million tons increased output ports East — by 6% to 23.9 million tonnes, Busan — by 2.6%, to 11.8 million tons, Suburban — 2.7% to 9.7 million tonnes, Nakhodka — by 12.9%, to 9.9 million tons, Vladivostok — by 15.5% to 7.8 million tonnes, Posiet — by 17.1%, to 3.4 million tons, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky — by 11.3%, to 1.3 million tons, Kholmsk — by 7.5%, to 1.1 million tons of cargo turnover DeKastri decreased by 12.1% to 4.3 million tonnes

The Association of Commercial Sea Ports (ASOP) was founded in 1987 and brings together more than 50 organizations and enterprises of maritime transport in Russia. The composition of Aconitum include seaports, forwarding and agency companies, research institutes, academic institutions sea transport. Data on the results of the Russian port complex is formed on the basis of statistical reports, covering all stevedoring companies operating in the territory of the Russian Federation.

Like this post? Please share to your friends: