more by 974,1 thou. tn comparing with the corresponding period of 2015.

Year-on-year changes of overall turnover according to cargo types:

 

Liquid cargo 9 355,6 thou. tn were handled, +11,8 pct. or +989,4 thou. tn yoy;

General cargo10 382,8  thou. tn were handled, +11,0 pct. or +1 031,5 thou. tn yoy;

Dry and bulk cargo 13 533,5 thou. tn were handled, -7,2 pct. or -1 046,9 thou. tn yoy.

Cargo groupVolumesYoy change

in pct.

01-10 of 201501-10 of 2016
Totally:32 297 865,433 271 929,9+3,0
Liquid cargo8 366 174,09 355 612,1+11,8
General cargo9 351 264,610 382 772,8+11,0
Dry and bulk cargo14 580 426,813 533 544,9-7,2


5 783 vessels
were reported to call Klaipeda Seaport in January – October of 2016, i.e. less by 3,6 pct. or by 218 vessels comparing with January – October of 2015.

The Seaport accommodated 320 506 passengers, i.e., more by 2,0 pct. or by 6 236 passengers.

Cruise shipping. 52 cruise vessels with 64 286passengers on board (more by 6,8 pct. or by 4 084 passengers) visited Klaipeda Seaport in May-October of the current year. It is the newrecord of cruise passengers.  In 2015 the number of cruise passengers was 60 202 passengers.

Container handling in the Eastern Coast Baltic Seaports, in TEU

PortVolumesYoy change in pct. Yoy change in TEU
01-10 of 201501-10 of 2016
Totally:2 453 8722 525 8492,971 977
Saint Petersburg1 434 6701 447 9150,913 245
Klaipeda324 962366 70312,841 741
Riga295 048314 3356,519 287
Tallinn176 396167 788-4,9-8 608
Kaliningrad143 730157 4079,513 677
Ust Luga75 55269 764-7,7-5 788
Liepaja3 0101 937-35,6-1 073
Ventspils5040-100,0-504

 

Cargo handling in the Eastern Coast Baltic Seaports, in thou. tn

PortVolumesYoy change

in pct.

Yoy change in thou. tn
01-10 of 201501-10 of 2016
Totally:307 909,2304 144,3-1,2-3 764,9
Ust Luga73 122,476 753,55,03 631,1
Primorsk48 841,554 038,910,65 197,4
Saint Petersburg43 164,440 023,6-7,3-3 140,8
Klaipeda Seaport32 297,933 271,93,0974,0
Butinges terminal7 291,77 704,65,7412,9
Riga33 333,830 410,9-8,8-2 922,9
Tallinn19 199,317 088,6-11,0-2 110,7
Ventspils19 282,015 470,0-19,8-3 812,0
Vysotsk14 749,514 032,5-4,9-717,0
Kaliningrad10 707,09 697,1-9,4-1 009,9
Liepaja4 624,54 550,9-1,6-73,6
Vyborg1 295,21 101,8-14,9-193,4


UST-LUGA PORT
is the priority project related with cargo handling capacity development of Russian ports in the Baltic Sea region. In January – October  of 2016 the cargo handling throughput in the Port increased by 3,63 mln tn or by 5,0 pct. to  76,75 mln  tn comparing with January – October of 2015.

Categories of cargo that made the impact on the overall cargo handling turnover in the Seaport were as follows:

-crude oil- 24,63 mln tn were handled, +9,0 pct. or +2 026,3 thou. tn yoy;

coal 18,33 mln tn were handled, +2,8 pct. or +499,8 thou. tn yoy;

-fertilizers 2,45 mln tn were handled, +84,1 pct. or +1,12 mln tn yoy.

Cargo handling volumes decreased in the handling of :

– Oil products – 25,26 mln tn were handled, -0,5 pct. or -132,8 thou. tn yoy;

– Ro-Ro cargoes – 1 114,2 thou. tn were handled, 38,7 pct. or -704,1 thou. tn yoy;

– Containerised cargoes 638,1 thou. tn were handled, -7,1 pct. or -48,8 thou. tn yoy.

Altogether 54,04 mln tn of products, i.e. more by 10,6 pct. or by 5,20 mln tn than in January-October of 2015 were handled in PRIMORSK PORT.

Exclusively two types of cargo are handled in the Seaport

  • 42,68 mln tn of crude oil were handled, +15,8 or +5,83 mln tn  yoy;
  • 11,36 mln tn of oil products were handled, -5,3 pct. or -630,2 thou. tn

In January –October  of 2016  the SEAPORT of  SAINT – PETERSBURG handled 40,02 mln tn  of cargo, i.e., less  by 7,3 pct. or by 3,17 mln tn than within the corresponding period of 2015.

Basic categories of cargo that made the most significant impact on cargo handling results in January –October of 2016 were as follows: 

containerised cargoes17,23 mln tn were handled, +4,2 pct. or +699,4 thou. tn yoy;

– containerised cargoes (TEU)1 447 915 TEU were handled, +0,9 pct. or +13 245 TEU yoy;

-metal – 5,55 mln tn were handled, +6,5 pct. or +340,1 thou. tn yoy;

fertilizers5,47 mln tn were handled, -18,1 pct. or -1 206,5 thou. tn yoy;

oil products5,31 mln tn were handled, -33,8 pct. or -2 706,5 thou.tn yoy.

In January –October of 2016 the drop  of cargo handling turnover was recorded in the FREEPORT OFRIGA – altogether  30,41 mln tn or less by 8,8 pct. or by 2 922,9 thou. tn comparing with the corresponding period of 2015 were handled in the Port.

Dynamics of basic cargo categories handled in the Port:

  • coal10,61 mln tn were handled, -12,2 pct. or  -1 471,1 thou. tn yoy;
  • oil products7,05 mln tn were handled, -20,7 pct. or -1 835,3 tn yoy;
  • containerised cargoes 3,31 mln. tn were handled, +3,9 or +124,6 thou. tn yoy;
  • containerised cargo (TEU) 314 335 TEU were handled, +6,5 pct. or +19 287 TEU yoy;
  • fertilizers 2 279,9 thou. tn were handled, +7,1 pct. or +150,8 tn yoy.

Passenger traffic. The Freeport of Riga received 496 054 passengers in January –October of 2016, i.e., more by 7,1 pct. or by 32 865 passengers comparing with January-October of 2015.

The overall cargo throughput in the JOINT PORT of TALLINN in January-October of 2016 was 17,09 mln tn, i.e., less by 11,0 pct. or by 2 110,7 thou. tn comparing with the corresponding period in 2015.

Basic cargo categories that made the greatest impact on cargo handling results in January -October of 2016 were as follows:

  • oil products8,26 mln tn were handled, -25,9 pct. or -2 888,9 thou. tn yoy;
  • Ro-Ro cargoes 3,82 mln tn were handled, +4,8 pct. or +176,5 thou. tn yoy;
  • fertilizers 1 503,4 thou. tn were handled, +8,1 pct. or +113,2 thou tn yoy;
  • containerised cargoes1 463,5 thou. tn were handled, +0,3 pct. or +5,1 thou tn

Passenger traffic. In January – October of 2016 the Joint Port of Tallinn rendered services to

8 689,0 thou. passengers, i.e. more by  4,1 pct. or by 342,1 thou. passengers comparing with the corresponding period of 2015.

Vessels.  6 212 vessels was reported to call the Port of Tallinn, i.e. more 3,9 pct. or by 234 vessels  comparing with January – October of 2015.

In January – October  of 2016 the cargo handling turnover in the SEAPORT OFVENTSPILS comparing with the same period  of 2015 dropped down to 15,47 mln tn , i.e., less by 19,8 pct. or by 3 812,0 thou.tn.

Basic cargo categories that made the greatest impact on cargo handling results in January-October of 2016 were as follows:

– oil products – 9,03 mln tn were handled, -25,9 pct. or -2 967,0 thou. tn yoy;

coal1,92 mln tn were handled, -51,2 pct. or -2 006,0 thou. tn yoy;

– Ro-Ro cargoes – 1,71 mln tn were handled, +14,0 pct. or +210,0 thou. tn yoy.

Passenger traffic. In January –October of the current year 100 434 passengers called the port of  Ventspils, i.e., more by 10,2 pct. or by 9 327 passengers comparing with January –October of 2015. 

Vessels. The Seaport accommodated 1 078 vessels in January –October of 2016, i.e., less by 6,3 pct, or by 73 vessels.

The total cargo throughput in VYSOTSK SEAPORT was 14,03 mln tn in January – October of 2016, i.e.  less by4,9 pct. or by 717,0 thou. tn than in the corresponding period of 2015.

Exclusively two types of cargo are being handled in this Seaport.

  • oil products8,92 mln tn were transhiped, -11,8 pct. or1 196,3 thou.tn yoy;
  • coal – 5,11 mln tn were handled,  +10,3 pct. or  +479,3 thou. tn yoy.

Within the analysed period the total throughput in the PORT OF KALININGRAD was 9,70 mln tn,  i.e., less by 9,4 pct. or by 1 009,9 thou.tn than in January – October of 2015. 

Basic cargo categories that made the greatest impact on cargo handling results in January – October  of  2016 were as follows:

  • Ro-Ro cargoes1 029,7 thou. tn were handled, -36,6 pct. or -594,0 tn yoy;
  • oil products908,6 thou. tn were handled, -36,8 pct. or -529,0 tn yoy;
  • metal845,4 thou. tn were handled, -8,2 pct. or -75,8 thou. tn yoy;
  • grain – 823,2 thou. tn were handled,+5,2 pct. or +41,0 thou. tn yoy;
  • containerised cargoes– 802,8 thou. tn were handled, +5,5 pct. or +42,1 thou. tn yoy;
  • containerised cargoes (TEU) – 157 407 TEU were handled, +9,5 pct. or +13 677 TEU yoy.

The total throughput in the PORT ofLIEPAJA  in January – October of 2016 was 4,55 mln tn, i.e.,  less by 1,6pct. or by 73,6 thou. tn comparing the corresponding period  of 2015

 Changes of cargo throughput of basic cargo categories  in January – October of  2016 were as follows:

  • grain2 297,8 thou. tn were handled ( the throughput of grain handling accounts as many as for 50,5 pct. of the overall cargo handling), +0,3 pct. or +7,3 thou. tn yoy;
  • timber473,1 thou. tn were handled, -4,9 or -41,2 thou. tn yoy;
  • Ro-Ro cargoes418,9 thou. tn were handled, -21,5 pct. or -114,9 thou. tn yoy.

Passenger traffic.  The number of passengers calling the Port of Liepaja was 28 778 passengers, i.e., less by 17,5 pct. or by 6 123 passengers comparing with January –October  of 2015.

Vessels. In January – October of the current year 1 097 vessels called the Seaport, i.e., less by 1,0 pct. or by 11 vessels comparing with the corresponding period of the previous year.

Source: portofklaipeda
2016-11-29

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