Russian seaports in the first half of 2013

Russian seaports in the first half of 2013 increased by 4.7% compared to the same period in 2012 and amounted to 284.1 million tons

Total deliveries of bulk carriers was 119.1 million tons (-2.3%), including: coal — 48.6 million tons (+14.9%), containerized cargo — 21.7 million tons (+ 3.0%), mineral fertilizers — 6.1 million tons (+17.0%). The volume of ferrous metals decreased to 11.6 million tons (-17.6%), ore — up to 3.6 million tons (-8.5%), timber — up to 2.3 million tons (-29 , 4%). Significantly reduced the amount of grain transshipment (-72.5%).

The volume of liquid cargo amounted to 165.0 million tons (+10.3%), including crude oil — 104.0 million tons (+9.3%).

Export cargo handled 222.4 million tons, up 3.5% from the same period last year, imports of goods — 23.5 million tons (+9.9%), transit — 22.6 million tons (+0 , 3%), cabotage — 15.6 million tons (+22.9%)

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The operators of marine terminals of the Arctic Basin handled 22.9 million tons of cargo, which is 33.2% more than during the 6 months of 2012. Total deliveries of bulk carriers increased slightly (+0.6%) and amounted to 11.7 million tons, and liquid increased 2-fold to 11.2 million tons The growth of liquid cargo due to the increase of crude oil to the PKK "Belokamenka". The total turnover of the port of Murmansk was 15.2 million tonnes and increased by 38.9%, Varandey port — 2.5 million tons (2.4 times) and the port Vitino — 2.1 million tons (+9.4 %). Throughput of the port of Arkhangelsk remained at the level of the previous year and amounted to 2.3 million tonnes

In the ports of the Baltic Sea cargo transshipment volume increased to 105.5 million tonnes (+ 7.7%), including transhipment of dry cargo amounted to 39.7 million tons (+8.0%), bulk — 65.8 million tons (7.4%). Throughput of the port of Ust-Luga has grown to 29.0 million tons (1.5 times), Vysotsk — up to 8.1 million tons (+31.0%), the port of Kaliningrad — up to 7.2 million tonnes ( +13.0%). At the same time reduced the amount of cargo handling at the ports of Primorsk to 33.3 million tons (-13.0%) and the Big Port St. Petersburg to 27.4 million tons (-1.7%).

Seaports of the Azov-Black Sea basin totaled 81.1 million tonnes, which is 4.7% less than in the first half of 2012. Total deliveries of bulk carriers decreased to 26.1 million tons (-20.1%), mainly due to the decline in grain handling. The volume of liquid bulk cargo increased to 55.0 million tons (+4.8%). Decreased turnover of the port of Novorossiysk to 55.8 million tons (-6.6%), Tuapse port to 7.8 million tons (-15.5%), Rostov port to 4.3 million tons (-6.3 %) and Port Kavkaz to 3.2 million tons (-8.7%). At the same time, increased the volume of cargo handling operators of marine terminals Taman port to 3.6 million tons and the port of Sochi to 1.2 million tons (+20.9%).

In the Caspian Basin to the sea ports were handled 4.0 million tons of cargo, which is 22.6% less than the v2012, the Stevedoring was dropped due to bulk carriers by 42.7% (1.4 million tonnes) and liquid cargo by 4.3% (2.6 million tons). Makhachkala port throughput declined by 10.0%, 35.0% Astrakhan and Olya 2.8 times.

In the ports of the Far Eastern basin turnover increased to 70.5 million tons (+7.0%) of them are bulk carriers — to 40.2 million tons (+4.8%), liquid bulk cargo — up to 30.3 million tons (+10.1%). Increased output ports of the East by 17.3% to 24.2 million tonnes, Busan — by 20.8% to 12.2 million tonnes, Nakhodka — by 7.6% to 9.0 million tons, Vladivostok — on 3.6% to 6.9 million tonnes Throughput of the port Suburban declined by 3.7% to 8.2 million tonnes, De Castries — by 11.0% to 3.3 million tonnes, Posiet — by 10.9% to 2.6 million tonnes

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