Metals and mining, Novorossiysk
In Q1 2017 cargo turnover of the Novorossiysk Sea Trade Port group made up 37.3 mln tons, by 0.7% higher than in Q1 2016.
In January-May 2016, the freight turnover of Transneft’s marine terminals, which accounts for up to 19.7% (-0.1 percentage point) of the aggregate turnover of the Russian ports, amounted to 56.32 million tons (+ 5.5% compared to January-May 2015).
In particular, according to the Association of Sea Trading Ports of the Russian Federation, on the basis of which the TASS prepared the rating, in the reporting period, the freight turnover of Transneft - Port Kozmino increased by 3.4% to 13.14 million tons, Neva Pipeline Company - by 6.3% to 12.11 million tons.
In January 2015, the consolidated turnover of NMPT Group made up 12.7 million tons, which is by 16.2% more than in January and by 40.1% more than in December 2014.
The transshipment of bulk cargo amounted to 963.3 thousand tons; general – 1.093 million tons; containers - 367.3 thousand tons and 37.2 thousand TEU. The growth as compared to January of last year took place in all categories of goods.
In January, the Russian ports increased transshipment capacity by 1.5% to 46.4 million tons, the Association of the sea trade ports reports. They transshipped 26.6 million tons of liquid cargoes (-2.9%), including 16 million tons of raw oil (-6.2%), 9.3 million tons of oil products (+3.3%) and 0.96 million tons of LNG (-10.6%). Coal transshipment increased by 12.5% to 8.5 million tons. Ferrous metal transshipment reduced by 7% to 2.1 million tons. Ore transshipment reduced by 16.7% to 0.5 million tons.
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