|13 March 2007|
|15:01||seaKaliningrad Commercial Sea Port: 2 Months' Result|
During the first 2 months of the current year Kaliningrad Commercial Sea Port, JSC handled 783,2 thousand tons of cargo.
|6 December 2006|
|13:48||containerOdessa Port 11 Months Throughput|
Odessa port cargo throughput in 11 months increased by 5% in comparison with last years values up to 25,681 mln metric tons.
Liquid cargoes handling increased by 1,3% up to 11,807 mln metric tons, general cargoes by 14,3% to 9,874 mln metric tons.
Dry bulk turnover increased by 3,6% to 4 mln metric tons.
Non ferrrous metals handling increased by 5,7% to 6,096 mln metric tons, container cargoes - by 28,6% to 3,311 mln metric tons, ore and ferroalloys by 4% to 787 th.
|16 August 2006|
|12:21||containerNew Barge for Yenisey Inland Shipping Co |
On August 17, 2006, the Krasnoyarsk Shipyard (a subsidiary of Yenisey Inland Shipping Company JSC) launches the sixth barge of the 82260 project.
|26 April 2006|
|10:54||containerNew Barge for Yenisey Inland Shipping Co |
On April 28, 2006, the Krasnoyarsk Shipyard (a subsidiary of Yenisey Inland Shipping Company JSC) launches the fifth barge of the 82260 project.
|26 July 2005|
|14:47||Port SaidMore Cargo to Southern Ports by Rail|
In Half 1 2005 the North-Caucasian Railway delivered to the Southern Russian ports 28 mn tons of cargo, which is a 10% plus year-on-year.
|25 August 2003|
|11:00||containerNew Barge for Yenissey Inland Shipping Co |
On August 21, 2003, at Krasnoyarsk Shipyard (a subsidiary of Yenissey Inland Shipping Company JSC) the lead ship of the 82260 project was launched.
|31 July 2003|
|11:00||seaByelorussian Inland Transport: the Results of H1 2003|
In H1 2003 the Byelorussian inland transport carried 879.0 thousand tons of cargo, which is a 53.5% increase year-on-year.
|30 July 2003|
|11:00||seaExport Transportation of the Byelorussian railways in H1 2003|
The share of export transportation in the Byelorussian rail traffic made up 28% in H1.
|10 December 2002|
|11:00||seaRosrechflot Reviewing 2002 Navigation Results|
The navigation of this year is over, stated Nikolay Smirnov, Russian Transport Vice-Minister and head of the transport ministry's inland shippping department (Rosrechflot) at the press-conference held on December 6, 2002.
The navigation in Russia lasts 7 months at the best and this year, according to N.Smirnov, the main problems were connected with the long periods of droughty weather.
|20 May 2002|
|11:00||seaTaganrog Port Lifts Handling Volumes|
In Q1 2002, Taganrog Commercial Sea Port JSC boosted its throughput up to 330,000 t, which by 225% exceeds the last year’s period.
|29 January 2002|
|11:00||seaUkraine Fights Negative Transit Trends |
|23 July 2001|
|11:00||containerR/r Freight Transportation Tariffs to Far East District Reduced|
The RF Antitrust Ministry (MAP) aiming at commencing Phase 1 of railway freight tariffs unification made a resolve to:
|17 July 2000|
|11:00||RailNew Railway Freight Tariffs|
The RF Anti-Trust Ministry has fixed since August 1, 2000 the following additional factors to the existing tariffs on the home railway freight traffic:
- For all types of goods - 1.185 (18.5%);
- For oil and black oil transportation in MPS tank-cars and iron ore in MPS cars – 1.205 (20.5%);
- For iron ore in own or leased cars – 1.055 (5.5%).
The new factors include the 3.5% tariffs increase aimed at compensating the expenditures on restoring the Chechen railway system, which is to be abolished on January 1, 2001.