Port Vladivostok cargo volumes up 8.6% to 5.65 mln tons
Freight flows passing through the terminals of Commercial Sea Port of Vladivostok (CPV) in January-October 2012 totaled 5,652,600 tons, up 8.6% over the same period last year, the CPV press release said.
In the reporting period the port’s terminals handled 2,613,300 tons of exports / imports and short sea traffic cargo, including bulk, liquid bulk and other general cargoes, except containers and imported vehicles.
The ten-month container traffic amounted to 376,928 TEUs, imported cars and vehicles – to 65,441units.
During the reporting period, the average daily throughput at the port was 18,533 tons of cargo and 258 units of rolling stock.
Commercial Seaport of Vladivostok, member of FESCO Transportation Group, owns and operates its assets at the port of Vladivostok, a premier Russian seaport in the Far East region. Port of Vladivostok encompasses 55 ha, over 14 km of waterfront featuring 17 berths with terminals for handling grain, containers, imported vehicles, as well as a passenger terminal. In 2011, CPV’s cargo throughput fell 7.8% year-over-year to 6.38 million tons.
Transportation Group FESCO, created on the basis of the Far Eastern Shipping Company (FESCO), is a leading Russian integrated transport and logistics company providing a broad range of services for door-to-door cargo delivery using its own transport facilities to ensure guaranteed quality and reliability of services. The Group owns a fleet of more than 900,000 DWT and operates a diversified fleet of over 19,000 units of rolling stock. FESCO’s own container fleet is about 50,000 TEUs. The Group’s total cargo throughput at the port and rail facilities reaches 450,000 TEUs, 5 million tons of bulk cargo and 100,000 units of vehicles a year. FESCO offers services to Russian and international customers through its own sales network in Russia and 15 countries worldwide. FESCO’s H1 2012 consolidated revenue was $ 583 million.