• 2019 September 12 10:55

    Throughput of Port St. Petersburg in 8M'2019 climbed by 2% Y-o-Y to 40.17 million tonnes

    In January-August 2019, the Port of St. Petersburg handled 40.17 million tonnes of cargo (+2%, year-on-year). According to the port authority, transshipment of oil products grew by 8% to 6.50 million tonnes, dry bulk cargo – climbed by 4% to 5.80 million tonnes, general cargo – down 10% to 8.15 million tonnes, transshipment of Ro-Ro cargo – down 11% to 844,800 tonnes, loose cargo - up 19% to 241,600 tonnes including 280,800 tonnes of timber (+30%).

    The port’s container throughput increased by 5% to 1,506,849 TEUs.

    In 2018, the port handled 59.32 mln t of cargo, its container throughput was 2.7 mln TEUs.

    Port

    Type of cargo

    Throughput thou t, 2017

    Throughput thou t, 2018

    Throughput thou t, 2019

    2019 vs 2018

    Port of Saint-Petersburg

    35,261.7

    39,398.8

    40,171.8

    102%

     

    DRY BULK CARGO including:

    5,657.2

    5,600.1

    5,800.7

    104%

     

    Ore

    421.3

    515.3

    506.0

    98%

     

    Coal, coke

    8.3

    204.4

    154.3

    75%

     

    Mineral fertilizers

    5,225.7

    4,878.0

    5,101.9

    105%

     

    Other

    1.9

    2.4

    38.5

    up

     

    DRY LOOSE CARGO including:

    237.4

    202.6

    241.6

    119%

     

    Grain

    223.9

    169.5

    209.3

    123%

     

    Other

    13.5

    33.2

    32.4

    98%

     

    TIMBER

    140.7

    216.8

    280.8

    130%

     

    GENERAL CARGO including:

    8,417.9

    9,066.2

    8,159.6

    90%

     

    Ferrous metal

    3,957.3

    4,156.7

    3,411.6

    82%

     

    Non-ferrous metal

    1,007.7

    941.4

    933.5

    99%

     

    Metal scrap

    980.3

    1,218.7

    1,081.0

    89%

     

    Packaged

    571.2

    874.4

    1,050.9

    120%

     

    Reefer

    1,030.9

    835.0

    791.6

    95%

     

    Including fish

    212.5

    207.7

    192.0

    92%

     

    Other

    870.4

    1,039.9

    891.0

    86%

     

    CONTAINERS

    15,085.7

    17,323.8

    18,314.8

    106%

     

    Total teus

    1,278,447

    1,436,830

    1,506,849

    105%

     

    Including refrigerated containers:

    157,234

    185,799

    181,840

    98%

     

    CARGO CARRIED by FERRIES

    79.0

    1.3

    28.5

    up

     

    RO-RO

    782.0

    949.9

    844.8

    89%

     

    LIQUID BULK CARGO including:

    4,862.1

    6,038.0

    6,501.0

    108%

     

    Oil products

    4,862.1

    6,038.0

    6,501.0





2019 November 21

18:01 Diana Shipping announces direct continuation of time charter contract for m/v Polymnia with Cargill
17:50 Freeport of Riga Authority and province of Corrientes sign Protocol of Agreement to facilitate growth of Riga and Corrientes ports
17:23 Training ship Perekop of RF Navy’s Baltic Fleet takes course from Sri Lanka to Sevastopol
17:00 Two Sendo Liners to be entering the port of Amsterdam emission-free by 2020
16:45 Severnaya Verf lays down fourth processing trawler of Project 170701 for Norebo Group
16:28 Star Bulk reports Q3 net profit of $5.8 million
16:00 MacGregor secures complete piggy-back hatch cover order from Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding
15:46 Danfoss Editron appoints Erno Tenhunen as new Marine Director
15:31 ECOsubsea gains further foothold in major European ports to become benchmark for sustainable effective hull cleaning
15:17 Baltic Sea Ports Administration reports readiness of 6 line and 7 port icebreakers for winter navigation season
15:00 Chart Industries joins SEA\LNG coalition
14:38 Orolia Maritime unveils new PLB with Return Link System for 2020
14:21 Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to host 8th edition of ACI’s Ship Recycling Congress on 29-30 January 2020
14:09 Nexans to provide the 225 kV power export cables for one of the biggest offshore wind projects in France
13:50 Bunker market in the Far East ports of Russia sees mixed price movements (graph)
13:28 Singapore’s First Women in Shipping Summit to be held on 20-21 April 2020
13:27 Oldendorff Carriers signs agreement with MIT on ship design
13:09 ZIM posts Q3 2019 results
12:46 5th Singapore Maritime Technology Conference to be held on 21-23 April 2020
12:35 Proman Stena Bulk and GSI sign deal for new methanol tankers
12:09 Port of Zeebrugge and Yugo sign MOU for cooperation in Lingang Overseas Modern Industrial Park
11:57 Nobel Brothers Shipyard launches small refrigerating trawler of Project Т30В, Vympel
11:09 MOL to build Japan's 1st LNG-fueled ferries : Sunflower Kurenai and Sunflower Murasaki
10:43 DNG Energy to commence LNG bunkering operations from Algoa Bay next year
10:09 Fincantieri and Ponant sign an MOA for the construction of 2 new-generation cruise ships
09:51 Container throughput of port Hong Kong (China) down 6.2% to 15.27 million TEUs in Jan-Oct’2019
09:39 MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Nov 21
09:33 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.32% to $62.2, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.25% to $56.87
09:17 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,260 points
08:29 Port of Hamburg cargo throughput grows 3.2 percent to 104 million tons in first three quarters of 2019

2019 November 20

18:10 FESCO provided transportation of nuclear submarines’ blocks and tanker from Kamchatka Territory to decommissioning site in Primorye
17:48 Cruise ship Mustay Karim returns from successful sea trials
17:06 ECOsubsea gets permission to start offering hull cleaning services to vessels at all Dutch Ports
16:56 Tallinn Shipyard wins prestigious 2019 Safety4sea Europort Awards
16:19 Wärtsilä solutions chosen to upgrade efficiency and environmental performance of Norwegian fishing vessel
16:03 Oboronlogistics completed the delivery of inert materials and special equipment to the Novaya Zemlya
15:00 ESPO: TEN-T policy review must bring maritime links on equal footing with land links
14:09 RF Govt Transport Commission approved inclusion of 57 projects into comprehensive plan for upgrading and expanding core infrastructure
13:35 Ecosystem-based management and maritime spatial planning are furthered at HELCOM-VASAB meeting in St Petersburg
12:57 RS takes part in Transport of Russia 2019
12:02 The world’s largest wind turbine tested on Maasvlakte
11:44 WMU signs MoU with International Maritime Academy, Lebanon
11:23 Tariffs for LNG services provided by KN approved for 2020
11:02 Bureau Veritas certifies Ørsted's Borkum Riffgrund 2 offshore wind farm
10:28 Hydraulic engineering structures of Volga-Don Canal underwent reconstruction
10:25 MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Nov 20
10:05 Bunker prices are stable at the port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
10:02 Yang Ming to launch new Southeast Asia Services
09:46 Brent Crude futures price is down 0.11% to $60.84, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.04% to $55.37
09:41 Foreship launches Hamburg business to grow in Germany
09:29 Baltic Dry Index is down to 1,304 points
09:14 CMA CGM reviewes Low Sulphur Surcharge for RoRo Med Lines

2019 November 19

18:03 Port of Piraeus throughput reaches 5 million TEU this year
17:50 BPO joins the “More EU budget for transport” coalition
17:22 Throughput of Russia’s seaports expected to grow by 3% to 850 million tonnes in 2019
17:03 Expro awarded contract extension with INPEX, offshore Australia
16:45 Gasum expands their maritime fuel supply by new Swedegas’ facility in the port of Gothenburg
16:24 IMO helps train future leaders in maritime policy
16:03 CSV Bourbon Oceanteam 101 extends charter contract with client for works in Angola
15:03 MSC appoints Soren Toft as CEO for container shipping & logistics