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28 March 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 13:12 GMT+1



January 31, 2020

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In 2019, Russian ports have been handling record traffic 840.3 million tonnes (up 2.9%)

Growth was driven by the rise in liquid bulks

In 2019, Russian ports have been handling annual traffic 840.3 million tonnes of goods, with an increase in 2.9% year-on-year, of which 654.0 million tonnes were tonnes 4.9%, 37.2 million tonnes 2.8%, 67.2 million tonnes of cargo transit (4.5%) 81.8 million tonnes of goods transported cabotage services (-11.9%).

Overall, the traffic of dry goods was 376.0 million tonnes (-3.0%), including 176.0 million tonnes tonnes of coal (up 9.0%), 56.5 million tonnes of goods containerized (up 5.4%), 38.6 million tonnes of cereals (-30.9%), 26.7 million tonnes of iron ore (-12.6%), 18.9 million tonnes of mineral fertilizers (up 6.3%), 8.9 million million tonnes of minerals (up 29.4%), 6.0 million tonnes tonnes of rolling stock, twice the volume of the 5.1 million tonnes of timber (-7.8%).

The total of liquid bulks was 464.3 million 8.2%), including 276.1 million tonnes of tonnes of oil (up 8.1%), 149.9 million tonnes of products oil prices (3.3%) 32.8 million tons of liquefied gas (41.6%).

The only Russian ports in the Arctic basin have moved 104.8 million tonnes of goods, or 13.0%, in total Baltic basin 256.4 million tonnes (up 4.1%), ports Black Sea basin and Azov 258.1 million tonnes (-5.2%), ports in the Caspian Basin 7.4 million tonnes (150%) ports in the Far East basin 213.5 million tonnes (6.5%).


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