Russian seaports: 786.97mt handled in 2017 (+9% yoy)

%2018 %12 %18

 

Last year, the Azov-Black Sea (+10.4% year-on-year to 269.5mt) became the country's biggest trading basin, surpassing the Baltic's long-lasting dominance (+4.6% yoy to 247.5mt).

Out of the 786.97mt total, the turnover of liquids made 414mt (+7.2% yoy), including 253.2mt of crude oil (+11.1% yoy), 141.5mt of oil products (+0.5% yoy), and 14.7mt of liquefied gas (+8.8% yoy).

Dry bulk and general cargo handlings accounted for the remaining 372.9mt (+11.1% yoy). Here coal transhipment dominated the breakdown, rising by 13.4% yoy to 154.4mt. It was followed by 48.2mt of containerised cargo (+13% yoy), 47.8mt of grains (+34.7% yoy), 28.2mt of ferrous metals (-0.1% yoy), 17.6mt of mineral fertilizers (+9.2% yoy), and 3.1mt of refrigerated freight (-0.3% yoy).

Apart from the Azov-Black and Baltic seas, Russian ports of the Far East basin made 191.7mt (+3.3% yoy). Arctic ports handled an additional 74.2mt (+49.1% yoy), while Caspian 3.9mt (-34.1% yoy).

 

Baltic Press sp. z o.o.

 

The magazine SEA has been published since 1935
International business magazine JŪRA MOPE SEA has been published since 1999
The first magazine in Eurasia in the four languages: English, Chinese, Russian and Lithuanian


Address:

International business magazine JŪRA MOPE SEA
Minijos str. 93, LT-93234 Klaipeda, Lithuania
Phone/Fax: +370 46 365753
E-mail: news@jura.lt
www.jura.lt

 


Publisher:

Ltd. Juru informacijos centras


The magazine JŪRA has been published since 1935.
International business magazine JŪRA MOPE SEA has been
published since 1999.

ISSN 1392-7825

2017 © www.jura.lt