Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port handled 284,000 tonnes of fish in 11M’18, up 25.8% Y-o-Y
In January-November 2018, Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port (Vladmorrybport OJSC) handled 284,000 tonnes of fish (+25.8%, year-on-year), says the stevedoring company.
131,620 tonnes of fish was delivered to end consumers by railway and 121,500 tonnes – by motor transport.
In the reporting period, Vladmorrybport handled a total of 4,210,500 cargo including containers (166,178 TEUs, up 16.2%) and metal scrap (414,000 tonnes, up 14.5%). Considerable increase was seen in the segments of general and dry bulk cargo including construction cargo.
Over 11 months of the year Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port handled 784 ships (+7.2%) including 213 ships with fish and 50,625 railcars (+8.2%).
Vladivostok Sea Fishing Port JSC is one of the leading ports in Russia’s Far East able to handle up to 5 million tonnes of cargo per year including more than 200,000 TEUs. It is located on the southern coast of the nonfreezing Zolotoi Rog Bay. The quay line of 10 berths which is 2,020 m long, 10 km of railway lines and 3 locomotives enable the company to handle 71 wagons per day. In 2017, the company handled 3.98 mln t of cargo (+19.6%).