• 2021 September 14 15:30

    Throughput of Port St. Petersburg climbed by 5% in 8M’2021

    Image source: FSUE Rosmorport
    Handling of cargoes carried by ferries surged 3.5 times

    In January-August 2021, the Port of St. Petersburg handled 41.35 million tonnes of cargo (+5%, year-on-year). According to the port authority, handling of liquid bulk cargo rose by 2% to 7.8 million tonnes, handling of dry bulk cargo rose by 11% to 5.79 million tonnes.

    In the reported period, handling of general cargo rose by 11% to 8.81 million tonnes, Ro-Ro cargo – by 34% to 972,300 tonnes, handling of dry loose cargo remained flat at 171,900 tonnes including 195,900 tonnes of timber (+22%). Handling of cargoes carried by ferries surged 3.5 times to 2,500 tonnes.

    The port’s container throughput fell by 3% to 1,371,337 TEUs.

    In 2020, the port handled 59.88 mln t of cargo, its container throughput was 2.09 mln TEUs.

    Port

    Type of cargo

    Throughput thou t,

    2019

    Throughput thou t, 2020

    Throughput thou t, 2021

    2021 vs 2020

    Port of Saint-Petersburg

    TOTAL:

    40,179.4

    39,523.1

    41,354.0

    105%

     

    DRY BULK CARGO including:

    5,795.9

    5,222.6

    5,799.8

    111%

    Ore

    506.0

    611.3

    599.7

    98%

    Coal, coke

    154.3

    39.1

    28.4

    73%

    Mineral fertilizers

    5,101.9

    4,478.4

    5,082.0

    113%

    Other

    33.7

    93.8

    89.7

    96%

    DRY LOOSE CARGO including:

    241.6

    172.6

    171.9

    100%

    Grain

    209.3

    113.9

    93.3

    82%

    Other

    32.4

    58.7

    78.6

    134%

    TIMBER

    280.8

    160.3

    195.9

    122%

    GENERAL CARGO including:

    8,162.1

    7,920.7

    8,819.1

    111%

    Ferrous metal

    3,411.6

    3,580.1

    4,533.5

    127%

    Non-ferrous metal

    933.5

    648.8

    626.1

    96%

    Metal scrap

    1,085.8

    1,197.5

    1,098.6

    92%

    Packaged

    1,050.9

    1,033.7

    927.0

    90%

    Reefer

    789.3

    677.9

    672.7

    99%

    including fish

    192.0

    139.2

    173.5

    125%

    Other

    891.0

    782.6

    961.3

    123%

    CONTAINERS

    18,312.0

    17,701.9

    17,587.5

    99%

    Total teus

    1,504,901

    1,408,083

    1,371,337

    97%

    including refrigerated containers:

    181,840

    178,720

    180,980

    101%

    CARGO CARRIED by FERRIES

    28.5

    0.7

    2.5

    up 3.5 times

    RO-RO

    844.8

    725.9

    972.3

    134%

    LIQUID BULK CARGO including:

    6,513.7

    7,618.4

    7,805.0

    102%

    Oil products

    6,513.7

    7,618.4

    7,805.0

    102%




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13:57 LAS Vice Admiral Kulakov went to the Atlantic
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13:09 Wan Hai Lines holds online ship naming ceremony for new vessels
12:38 Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard launched unmanned research ship Pioner-M
12:10 Record mid-year cargo volumes through the Port of Vancouver in 2021
11:46 SCF Group wins sci-tech award for development in Arctic exploration
11:02 Rolls-Royce and Overmarine continue cooperation with future-oriented mtu technologies
10:07 Tallink Grupp secures another short-term charter deal for vessel Silja Europa
09:59 MPA, SSA and GCNS sign MoU to raise carbon accounting capabilities amongst maritime companies in Singapore
09:41 MABUX: Global Bunker Market may continue firm upward trend on Sept 24
09:24 Crude oil prices continue increasing
09:09 Baltic Dry Index as of September 23

2021 September 23

18:05 Maersk calls Jafza home for its first Warehousing & Distribution facility in the UAE
17:25 GTT and Deltamarin receive AiP from American Bureau of Shipping for their new design applied for LNG fueled tanker
17:05 LR grows fleet optimisation offering with GreenSteam acquisition
16:25 The Port of Rotterdam Authority helps German DeltaPort to be a regional hydrogen hub
16:15 Panama Canal joins to the Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization
15:39 Dry cargo vessel of RSD59 design, Alexander Ivanov, leaves for sea trials
15:21 ABS grants AIP for next generation liquified CO2 carrier JDP designs
15:05 Synergy Group to take over Maersk Tankers’ technical management business
14:37 DNV and LISCR award AiP to HHI for 40,000 CBM liquefied CO2 carrier design
14:17 Kaliningrad region and FESCO to cooperate in the field of logistics
13:48 Damen can build icebreaking ships for Russia’s Arctic projects within short timeframes
13:25 Sweden’s largest port solar cell system inaugurated at Stockholm Norvik Port
13:15 MABUX: Bunker Weekly Outlook, Week 38, 2021
12:56 Keel-laying of Damen tug series for Atomflot held in Saint-Petersburg
12:51 MSC invests in new efficiency solution to reduce emissions from fleet
11:00 13th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Marine Services Forum took place with great success on September 13, 2021
11:00 Rolls-Royce and Sea Machines sign partnership to cooperate on smart ship and autonomous ship control solutions
10:34 APM Terminals partners with Siemens for energy optimisation and emission reduction at terminals
09:58 Torqeedo and Fassmer Shipyard announce the CIT-E Ferry - a passenger ferry for public transport
09:46 MABUX: Global Bunker Market may demonstrate firm upward evolution on Sept 23
09:29 Crude oil prices continue increasing
09:14 Baltic Dry Index as of September 22

2021 September 22

18:05 ClassNK joins as signatory to Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization
17:47 Localization level of LK-60 icebreakers estimated at 92% in finance terms
17:20 Torvald Klaveness joins over 150 industry leaders and organizations in call for decisive government action to enable full decarbonization of international shipping by 2050
16:55 SC Zvezda counts on signing contracts for 10 tankers under Vostok Oil project in October 2021
16:31 Transition to unmanned navigation and navigation with reduced crews will be possible in Russia in three years
16:30 LR, HHI and KSOE sign MoU to develop digital twin technology for an LNG carrier
16:10 APM Terminals Pipavav marks 1,000 days of safe operations
15:39 Wärtsilä and SHI agree to collaborate on ammonia fuelled engines for future newbuilds
15:14 NAVTEK proves first zero-emissions tugboat performance
14:43 Additional EUR 90 million to be invested in Saimaa Canal infrastructure development
14:14 Valmet AB orders Agilon automated warehouse solution and overhead cranes from Konecranes
13:57 Northern Sea Route will be covered with satellite communication services – expert
13:16 ABB’s Eero Lehtovaara appointed Chair of EU association Waterborne Technology Platform
13:13 LNG bunker terminal construction begins in Bilbao
12:04 Big Data Exchange, National University of Singapore and Sembcorp Marine to explore development of sustainable ocean Data centres
11:31 Russia’s Inland Water Transport Development Concept aimed at raising IWW cargo traffic by 65%
11:08 Pier T Terminal in the Port of Long Beach begins pilot program for 24-hour cargo pickup
10:40 Vadim Shpityak appointed as General Manager of Moby Dik and Yanino Logistic Park
10:15 Tollerort to become preferred hub for COSCO services
09:57 More than 300 ships to be built by 2032 under subsidized leasing programmes
09:40 Crude oil prices increase on reduction of reserves
09:39 MABUX: No firm price trend on global bunker market on Sep 22
09:22 Baltic Dry Index as of September 21
09:13 Havyard Leirvik hands over the third and last of the ‘triplet ships’ for ESVAGT
08:35 KiwiRail gets world-first green loan certification for new ferries