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EastRussia Bulletin: Cargo turnover increased in ports of the Far Eastern Basin

EastRussia Bulletin: Cargo turnover increased in ports of the Far Eastern Basin
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According to the results of January-August of the 2019 year, the cargo turnover of the ports of the Far East basin increased by 5,5% compared to the same period of the 2018 year. Transshipment of dry cargo increased by 6,1% during the reporting period, amounting to 89,61 million tons, while the growth in transshipment of liquid cargo amounted to 4,5% to 51,56 million tons, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia newsletter.

So, Vostochny Port increased its transshipment by 1,9% - to 16,85 million tons (coal). Cargo handling at the Vanino port increased by 6,5% to 20,71 mln tons. At the same time, Daltransugol CJSC reduced its transshipment by 0,7% to 13,19 million tons. Decrease in performance is still observed in the port of Prigorodnoye (which is engaged in LNG transshipment in Sakhalin) - by 9,6%, up to 10,34 million tons.

In addition, the container turnover of the ports of the Far Eastern basin increased by 8,3% in January-August this year. He made up 1,15 million TEU. At the same time, imports grew by 9,5% (up to 360,96 thousand TEU), transit - by 17,9% (up to 64,74 thousand TEU), exports - by 1,8% (up to 322,13 thousand TEU).

Detailed analytics on these and other relevant topics can be found in EastRussia Weekly Newsletter