• 2018 April 10 15:24

    NCSP Group's cargo turnover for January-February 2018 totaled 22.3 million tons

    NCSP Group reports that the consolidated cargo turnover of the Group's terminals for January-February 2018 totaled 22,303.4 thousand tons.

    Transshipment of bulk cargoes in January-February 2018 decreased by 12.4% or 2,311.4 thousand tons and amounted to 16,255.4 thousand tons, including 9,975.6 thousand tons of crude oil; 6,088.2 thousand tons of oil products; 105.6 thousand tons of UAN and 85.9 thousand tons of seed oils.

    Crude oil transshipment decreased by 21.7% or 2,769.6 thousand tons, including 181.3 thousand tons at Novorossiysk and 2,588.3 thousand tons at Primorsk. Transshipment of oil products increased by 8.7% or by 486.8 thousand tons.

    Transshipment of liquid fertilizers (UAN) decreased by 19.6%, and transshipment of vegetable oils reduced by 3.1% compared to January-February 2017.

    Transshipment of bulk cargo in January-February 2018 increased by 15.2% or 363.8 thousand tons and reached 2,764.1 thousand tons compared to the previous year, mainly due to growth of grain transshipment supported by high yield in the current grain season.

    Grain transshipment increased by 39.7% or 623 thousand tons, to 2,191.8 thousand tons. Volumes of iron ore raw materials transshipment and coal handling amounted to 233.8 and 215.8 thousand tons. Transshipment of chemical goods and sugar amounted to 79.0 and 43.7 thousand tons. Decrease in handling of iron ore raw materials by 31.2%, coal by 36%, and chemical cargoes by 36.2% compared to January-February 2017. The decrease was caused by adverse weather conditions in the Azov-Black Sea basin and in the ports of discharge, which resulted in late arrival of the fleet and delay in the vessel handling schedule in the port of Novorossiysk for later periods, as well as shortage of the rolling stock at railway stations of departure.

    Transshipment of general cargo in January-February 2018 increased by 15.9% or 309.4 thousand tons and reached 2,253.7 thousand tons mainly due to growth of cast iron transshipment caused by increase in sales volumes and expansion of the sales markets.

    Transshipment of ferrous metals and cast iron increased by 278.9 thousand tons or 16.6% and amounted to 1,959.2 thousand tons. Transshipment of non-ferrous metals increased by 14.7% and amounted to 208.1 thousand tons compared to January-February 2017. Transshipment volumes of timber and perishable goods amounted to 50.2 thousand tons and 36.2 thousand tons, respectively.

    Container turnover of NCSP Group amounted to 896.6 thousand tons or 93.4 thousand TEU in the reporting period, which was by 4.2% more in tons and by 10.8% more in TEU than in the same period of 2017.

    Transshipment of other cargo in January-February 2018 totaled 134 thousand tons.

    NCSP Group Cargo Turnover for January-February 2018 (thousand tons)

     


    January-February

    Change, thousand tons

    Change,%

    2018

    2017

    Cargo turnover, total

    22,303.4

    23,799.7

    -1,496.3

    -6.3%

    Liquid bulk cargo, total

    16,255.4

    18,566.8

    -2,311.4

    -12.4%

    Crude oil

    9,975.6

    12,745.2

    -2,769.6

    -21.7%

    Oil products

    6,088.2

    5,601.4

    486.8

    8.7%

    UAN

    105.6

    131.5

    -25.8

    -19.6%

    Seed oils

    85.9

    88.7

    -2.8

    -3.1%

    Bulk cargo, total

    2,764.1

    2,400.3

    363.8

    15.2%

    Grain

    2,191.8

    1,568.7

    623.0

    39.7%

    Chemical cargo

    79.0

    123.9

    -44.9

    -36.2%

    Sugar

    43.7

    31.0

    12.7

    40.9%

    Iron ore raw materials

    233.8

    339.7

    -105.9

    -31.2%

    Coal

    215.8

    337.0

    -121.2

    -36.0%

    General cargo, total

    2,253.7

    1,944.3

    309.4

    15.9%

    Ferrous metals and cast iron

    1,959.2

    1,680.3

    278.9

    16.6%

    Timber

    50.2

    55.8

    -5.6

    -10.0%

    Timber (thousand cubic meters)

    91.3

    101.5

    -10.2

    -10.1%

    Non-ferrous metals

    208.1

    181.4

    26.7

    14.7%

    Perishable goods

    36.2

    26.8

    9.4

    35.1%

    Containers

    896.6

    860.7

    35.9

    4.2%

    Containers

    896.6

    860.7

    35.9

    4.2%

    Containers (thousand TEU)

    93.4

    84.3

    9.1

    10.8%

    Other cargo

    134

    28

    106.0

    382.8%

    NCSP Group is the largest port operator in Russia by cargo turnover. NCSP Group is traded on Moscow Exchange (NMTP) and London Stock Exchange as GDRs (NCSP). NCSP Group volumes in 2017 totaled 143 million tons. NCSP Group consists of: PJSC Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port, LLC Primorsk Trade Port, LLC Novorossiysk Grain Terminal, JSC Novorossiysk Ship Repair Yard, JSC NCSP Fleet, JSC NLE, LLC IPP, Baltic Stevedore Company LLC, and JSC SFP.




2018 October 17

18:03 PGNiG and Venture Global LNG announce LNG Sales and Purchase Agreements for 2 million tonnes per year
17:46 The Freeport of Riga Authority continues to develop cooperation with China
17:22 Port Manatee enjoys record fiscal year with diverse growth
17:00 North Sea Port and Titan LNG successfully supply sea-going vessel with LNG fuel
16:55 33 LNG carriers and 8 gas condensate carriers with export cargo left port Sabetta in April-June 2018
16:24 Baku International Sea Trade Port launches two new tugboats
16:02 Hapag-Lloyd announces General Rate Increase for East Asia to Mexico, Central America, West Coast of South America, Caribbean & Panama trade
15:46 New BIMCO & IBIA Bunkering Guide available
15:23 NOVATEK and Fluxys plan to build an LNG terminal in Rostock
15:02 NYK develops original software that diagnoses combustion chamber problems
14:40 RF Government allocates RUB 8.4 billion for the Far East development
14:21 Scorpio Bulkers announces time charter-out agreements
14:03 CMA CGM implements Empty Repositioning Surcharge for exports from all Turkish ports
13:32 Ørsted contracts Van Oord for cable installation Borssele I & II
13:21 Throughput of Ukraine’s seaports in 9M’18 fell by 1.7% Y-o-Y to 95.9 million tonnes
13:04 CMA CGM to introduce new BAF on Asia-Africa trade
12:30 GTT and Dongsung Finetec sign a Memorandum of Understanding
12:02 Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and partners sign MoU for 3D printing facility and applications in maritime sector
11:53 Identifying barriers to cutting emissions through just-in-time operations
11:27 Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt joins V.Group
10:50 Brent Crude futures price down 0.09% to $81.34, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.06% to $71.88
10:42 CMA CGM to introduce new BAF on Europe-Africa trade
10:37 Damen Shipyards Galati hands over 74-metre fishery research vessel to Angolan government
10:27 Maritime Arctic Competence Center opens in Saint-Petersburg
09:42 KN invests in environmental protection measures
09:20 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,578 points

2018 October 16

18:33 Maersk Line announces new FAK rates from Mediterranean to West and Central Asia
18:03 ABS holds two seminars at the 58th Genoa International Boat Show
17:55 Throughput of port Kaliningrad in 9M’18 grew by 5% Y-o-Y to 10.65 million tonnes
17:36 Wärtsilä opens the first International Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence in the world
17:03 CMA CGM announces Overweight Surcharge on Asia and India to Africa trades
16:56 Wärtsilä launches Acceleration Centre in Singapore and partners with MPA and PSA Marine to develop IntelliTug
16:40 Throughput of port Vyborg in 9M’18 up 22% Y-o-Y to 1.33 million tonnes
16:21 Throughput of port Primorsk in 9M’18 fell by 11% Y-o-Y to 39.80 million tonnes
16:03 Höegh LNG announces amendment of the Höegh Gallant time charter
15:44 LUKOIL starts construction of facilities at Rakushechnoye field
15:22 Throughput of port Vysotsk in 9M’18 climbed by 6% Y-o-Y to 13.69 million tonnes
15:03 Avatar Logistics initiates cooperation with Sand & Grus AB Jehander and buys the vessel MS Jehander
14:41 Throughput of port Ust-Luga in 9M’18 declined by 5% Y-o-Y to 72.38 million tonnes
14:20 CMA CGM announces GRR from Far East to West Africa
14:03 Lithuanian Railways, Metrans and the Port of Hamburg strengthen relations
13:52 Throughput of Port St. Petersburg up 12% to 44.22 million tonnes in 9M’18
13:06 Scorpio Bulkers announces update on scrubbers
12:39 Project 22800 small missile ship Burya to be floated out on 23 October
12:13 Rolls-Royce and Intel announce autonomous ship collaboration
11:55 The Port of Riga outlines a vision for future development of Spilve Meadows
11:31 Ørsted selects GeoSea for Borssele 1 & 2 foundation and turbine transport and installation
11:14 Jan De Nul will dredge access channel to Guayaquil Port
11:11 RF Navy’s Baltic Fleet detachment completed tasks in Mediterranean Sea
10:59 Damen Maaskant Shipyards Stellendam celebrates 70 years and bids farewell to director Frits van Dongen
10:50 Detachment of RF Navy's Pacific Fleet completes visit to Republic of Korea
10:28 WMU holds needs assessment workshop in Jordan
10:02 Brent Crude futures price up 0.31% to $81.03, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.11% to $71.86
09:43 IMO ​pushing forward with tackling greenhouse gas emissions
09:17 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,584 points

2018 October 15

18:23 MOL joins hands with partners to launch FOCUS project
17:59 Moscow to host a conference on construction of LNG-powered and LNG bunker ships on October 24
17:46 Algoma announces cancellation of Croatian newbuilds contracts
17:05 Klaveness Combination Carriers AS registered on NOTC
16:56 Tall ships arrive at Port of Ipswich as part of 'Race of the Classics'