Russian seaports in January 2013 increased by 6.2%

Russian seaports for January 2013 increased by 6.2% compared to January 2012, and amounted to 45.2 million tons

Total deliveries of bulk carriers was 18.3 million tons (+4.5%), including: coal — 7.5 million tons (+23.1%), containerized cargo — 3.2 million tons (+ 4.5%), mineral fertilizers — 0.9 million tons (+30.3%). The volume of ferrous metals declined to 2.2 million tons (-3.2%), ore — up to 0.5 million tons (-8.2%), grains — up to 0.4 million tonnes (at 3, 4 times), cargo ferries — up to 0.4 million tonnes The volume of liquid cargo amounted to 26.9 million tons (+7.4%), including crude oil — 16.7 million tons (+5.7%), oil products — 9.0 million tons (- 1.2%).

Export cargo handled 36.5 million tons, up 7.2% from the same period last year, import cargo — 3.3 million tons (+19.8%), transit — 3.2 million tons
(-16.9%), Cabotage — 2.2 million tons (+15.4%).

The operators of marine terminals of the Arctic Basin handled 3.7 million tons of cargo, which is 1.5 times more than in January 2012. Total deliveries of bulk carriers has increased to 1.9 million tons (+14.5%), and liquid cargo and 1.8 million tonnes (an increase of more than 2-fold). Throughput of the port of Murmansk has grown to 2.3 million tons (1.6-fold), Vitino port — up to 0.5 million tons (+25.8%), Varandey port — up to 0.4 million tons (in 2 , 0 times) and the port of Arkhangelsk — up to 0.4 million tons (1.9 times).

In the ports of the Baltic Sea cargo transshipment volume increased to 16.7 million tonnes (+ 8.3%), including transhipment of dry cargo amounted to 5.8 million tons (+9.3%), bulk — 10.9 million tons (+7.8%). Throughput of the port of Ust-Luga has grown to 4.3 million tonnes (1.9 times), mainly due to the commissioning of the liquid bulk terminals, Vysotsk — up to 1.2 million tons (+5.7%), port Kaliningrad — up to 1.2 million tons (+20.5%). At the same time reduced the amount of cargo handling at the ports of Primorsk to 6.1 million tons (-12.5%) and the Big Port St. Petersburg to 3.9 million tons (-3.0%).

Seaports of the Azov-Black Sea basin was 12.9 million tonnes, which is 3.7% less than in January 2012. Total deliveries of bulk carriers declined to 4.4 million tons (-3.2%), liquid bulk fell to 8.5 million tons (-4.0%). Decreased turnover of the port of Novorossiysk to 9.1 million tons (-4.0%), Tuapse to 1.4 million tons (-9.5%), rising to 0.6 million tonnes (-20.4%) and Eysk to 0.2 million tons (-41.8%). At the same time, increased the volume of cargo handling operators of marine terminals of the Port Kavkaz to 0.5 million tons (+34.4%), Taganrog to 0.3 million tons (+4.6%), up to 0.2 million Temruk . tons (+36.4%) and Sochi to 0.2 million tonnes (1.5 times).

In the Caspian Basin to the sea ports were handled 0.7 million tons of cargo (-23.7%), including dry cargo — 0.2 million tons (down by more than a factor of 2), liquid bulk — 0.5 million T (9.0%). Makhachkala port throughput declined by 4.0% to 47.1% of Astrakhan.

In the ports of the Far Eastern basin turnover increased to 11.2 million tons (+8.1%) of them dry cargo — 6.1 million tons (+8.1%), liquid cargo — 5.1 million tons (+ 8.2%). Increased output ports of the East by 27.7% to 4.1 million tonnes, Busan — 3.5% to 1.6 million tonnes, Nakhodka — by 6.5% to 1.4 million tons, Vladivostok — on 13.3% to 1.1 million tons of cargo turnover DeKastri decreased by 20.0%, Posiet — by 12.5%. Throughput of the port Suburban remained at the previous year and amounted to 1.6 million tonnes

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