|3 August 2006|
|13:09||seaTransport Ministry Grants Bonus for Ferry Operators|
The RF Ministry of transport has granted a 50% discount on carrying oil and products to the Azov and Black Sea ports from the tariff on rail transportation.
The discount is valid until December 31, 2006.
|31 July 2006|
|13:39||Port SaidLiquid Bulk Down, Dry Cargoes Up at Feodosia|
Feodosia Commercial Seaport in Half 1 206 handled 825,000 tons of cargo against 766,100 tons in H1 2005, told Reuters Sytanislav Andrusenko, head of the planning and economics department of the port.
Ol and products in January-June were down to 173,400 tons against 256,300 tons in h1 2005.
|14 July 2006|
|17:47||Port SaidFeodosia Port Posts Results|
In H1 2006 the Feodosia Commercial Seaport (Ukraine) handled 825 th.tons of cargoes (+7,7% year-on-year).
The port handled 460,9 th.tons of building materials (+16,5%), 170,7 th.tons of ferrous metals (2,2 time growth).
|14 February 2006|
|11:10||Port SaidCargo Handling of Feodosia Port|
In 2005 Feodosia port reduced the cargo handling results down to 1,361 mn tons (against 5,334 mn tons in 2004), according to Reuters.
The port reduced the oil handling volumes to 432 th.tons (in 2004 4.236 mn tons was handled).
|26 December 2005|
|14:04||Port SaidLosses of Feodosia Port |
In January-September 2005 the losses of the Feodosia Commercial Seaport (Ukraine) made $65 th.
|3 November 2005|
|17:18||Port SaidThroughput of Feodosia Port|
Feodosia Commercial Seaport reduced the oil products handling in January-September 2005 down to 315.1 th.tons.
|6 July 2005|
|17:26||projectsNew Pilot Ship for Delta Lotsman|
The Primorets Shipyard JSC (Feodosia, Crimea) launched a lead ship of the series of the speed pilot vessels to the order of the state enterprise Delta Lotsman.
|14 June 2005|
|12:54||Port SaidFeodosia Port Announces Results|
According to the Ukrainian Ministry of transport and communications, in January-May 2005 the Feodosia port handled 0.694 mn tons of cargo (-83% year-on-year).
|29 March 2005|
|14:09||Port SaidShips Collide in Dardanelles|
On March 29 two ships collided in the southern part of the Dardanelles strait.
|24 January 2005|
|09:48||Port SaidPort of Feodosia Posts Results|
According to the Ukrainian Ministry of transport and communications, in 2004 the throughput of the port of Feodosia amounted to 5,334 mn tons (-51% year-on-year).
The reduction is connected with the Russian crude oil handling decrease.
|24 September 2004|
|16:36||Port SaidUkrzaliznytsya Opens Crimea Port|
According to the Ukrainian State rail transport administration, Ukrzaliznytsya, the railway station Ñrimea is to be opened for international rail and ferry traffic.
|26 August 2004|
|10:25||Port SaidLiguid Bulk Handling in Ukrainian Ports|
According to the Ukrainian transport and communications Ministry, the volumes of liquid bulk handled by the ports of Ukraine during the 7 months amounted to 18.274 mln.
|28 July 2004|
|17:33||Port SaidLiquid Bulk Handling Reduces|
According to the State maritime and inland shipping department of the Ukrainian transport ministry Ukrmorrechflot, the volume of liquid bulk handling by the 18 ports amounted to 16.223 mln.
|27 July 2004|
|10:29||seaPort of Feodosia Reduces Oil Handling|
According to the Ukrainian State maritime and inland shipping department Ukrmorrechflot, the volume of the oil handling via Feodosia Commercial Sea Port amounted to 3.861 mln.
|24 May 2004|
|13:05||Port SaidRail Transit to Ukrainian Ports|
According to the Ukrainian Ministry of Transport, in Quarter 1 2004, the rail transit designated for the country's ports amounted to 9.4 mn tons, increasing by 2.4% year-on-year.
|22 July 2003|
|11:00||seaDiscounts on Transit Cargo Handling at Ukrainian Ports|
The Ukrainian Ministry of transport has granted discounts from the transit cargo handling rates in 16 out of the 18 Ukrainian state controlled ports (excluding Yalta and Sevastopol) and in the Fishery port of Kerch.
|17 July 2003|
|11:00||seaPilotage Tugboat for Feodosia Sea Port|
Chernomorsky Shipyard is completing the building of the deep-sea pilotage tugboat “Atlant” for Sea Port of Feodosiya.
|18 June 2003|
|11:00||Port SaidUkrainian Rail Freight to Ports|
The planned export and transit rail freight to Ukrainian seaports in June 2003 is, according to the Ukraine's Transport Ministry, 7.01 mn tons (+10.3 year-on-year and -3.6% on May 2003).
2.337 mn tons of the volume is metals, 1.844 mn tons is oil and products, 0.959 mn tons is coal, 0.166 mn tons is coke, 0.522 mn tons is mineral fertilizers, and 0.39 mn tons is ore.
|23 May 2003|
|11:00||seaUkrainian Fleet Construction in Nikolaev |
According to the results of the visit paid in May by the Ukrainian Transport Minister Georgy Kirpa to Nikolaev where the major shipbuilding capacities under privatization are concentrated (Black Sea Shipyard, 61st Communard Shipyard), the Nikolaev region will become the core region for the construction of the Ukrainian national fleet.
|19 May 2003|
|11:00||seaUkraine's Ports: Transit Dynamics|
According to the Ukrainian Transport Ministry's Department of Sea and River Transport, the volume of transit cargoes carried via Ukraine's state ports (18 ports) in the first quarter of 2003 made up 13.187 mn tons (+23.1% on the same period of the previous year).