Ro-Ro and Car Shipping at the Russian Baltic Coast: outline of the market
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SeaNews Information&Consulting offers a new report – ‘Ro-Ro and Car Shipping at the Russian Baltic Coast: outline of the market’, written by Alexei Tiskin.
The size of the report is 44 pages of A4 format.
1.Introduction and Summary
2. Cargo flow analysis
3. Ro-Ro terminals and carriers
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
Figure 1.1. A sketch of the Greater Port of St. Petersburg.
Table 2.1. Ro-ro cargo throughput of the Sea Port of St. Petersburg in 2000-2005, by terminals
Figure 2.1. Ro-ro cargo throughput of the Sea Port of St. Petersburg in 2000-2005, by terminals
Table 2.2. Ro-ro cargo throughput of the Sea Port of St. Petersburg in 2005, number of units
Figure 2.2. Ro-ro cargo throughput of the Port of St. Petersburg in 2005, by unit types.
Figure 2.3. Loaded trailers as typical units handled by ro-ro terminals of St. Petersburg.
Figure 2.4. Imported industrial rolling equipment at the PLP ro-ro terminal.
Figure 2.5. High&heavy cargoes.
Figure 2.6. Sawngoods, plywood and packed woodpulp on rolltrailers
Figure 2.7. Rolltrailers with different kinds of industrial equipment
Figure 2.8. Imported second-hand cars at the PLP ro-ro terminal.
Figure 2.9. Second-hand cars coming to St. Petersburg terminals on car-carrier trucks.
Figure 2.10. A consignment of new Renault trucks at a ro-ro terminal in St. Petersburg
Figure 2.11. Imported second-hand trucks at the local ro-ro terminals…
Figure 2.12. … as well as imported second-hand road trailers
Figure 2.13. A consignment of exported Russian-made trucks at a ro-ro
Figure 3.1. Ro-ro cargo throughput of BTS terminal since 2000 in tonnes.
Figure 3.1.1. The ro-ro terminal of BTS in the port of St. Petersburg.
Figure 3.2. A Finnlines ro-ro ship ‘Translübecka’ in the port of St. Petersburg
Figure 3.3. Ro-ro cargo throughput of PLP terminal in tonnes.
Figure 3.4. Ro-ro cargo throughput of JSC Petrolesport, by unit types.
Figure 3.5. M/v Tor Baltica of DFDS Tor Line handled at the PLP ro-ro terminal
Figure 3.6. One of PLP’s open storage yards for ro-ro cargoes.
Figure 3.7. Rolltrailers with exported plywood in a covered storage facility of PLP ro-ro terminal
Figure 3.8. Total cargo throughput of ARRC line in the Port of St. Petersburg, tonnes.
Figure 3.9. Sea Passenger Terminal of St. Petersburg
Figure 3.10. A sketch of Onega Car terminal
Figure 3.11. Location of the ‘Nissan’ Car Terminal.
Figure 3.12. Structure of specialised terminals planned for Ust-Luga.
Figure 3.13. In the port of Ust-Luga, the ro-ro quay is ready to accept liner ships…
Figure 3.14. … while the landside part is so far prepared for rail-ferry operations only.
Figure 3.15. other terminals projected for Ust-Luga, in the initial phase of construction.
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