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According to the results of January, the largest coal terminals of the Russian Federation showed a decrease in coal transshipment by 11,6% - EastRussia | Far East

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According to the results of January, the largest coal terminals of the Russian Federation showed a decrease in coal handling by 11,6%

Russia's largest coal terminals have cut transshipment volumes in the western and eastern directions, coal transshipment in Russian seaports in January fell by 11,6%, to 8,5 million tons

According to the results of January, the largest coal terminals of the Russian Federation showed a decrease in coal handling by 11,6%
This follows from the data of CJSC Mortsentr-TEK.

The three largest coal terminals, which account for almost half of all coal transshipment in Russia, showed a decline in the first month of the year.

CJSC Daltransugol (owned by SUEK) reduced transshipment by 12,6% to 1,307 million tons (located in the port of Vanino), Vostochny Port JSC (controlled by Kuzbassrazugulem) reduced transshipment by 7% to 1,674 million tons.

Stevedore OJSC Rosterminalugol (controlled by KRU, located in the port of Ust-Luga) reduced the transshipment by a quarter to 1,057 million tons, Interfax notes.

Another coal terminal of OJSC Trade Port Posiet (owned by Mechel) increased transshipment by 15%, to 0,519 million tons.

Detailed breakdown by universal stevedores, including those engaged in transshipment of coal, is not available in the Morcenter-TEK data.
In general, the volume of dry cargo in the Russian Federation in January amounted to 21,7 million tons, a decrease of 3,8%.