|4 April 2006|
|17:39||Port SaidThroughput of Baltic Ports|
In January-February 2006 the Baltic port handled 19,659.1 th.tons, which is a 0.8% minus over the year 2005.
|30 January 2006|
|17:12||Port SaidThroughput of Baltic Ports|
In 2005 the Baltic port handled 126,187.5 th.tons, which is a 4.1% plus over the year 2004.
|16 February 2005|
|14:50||Port SaidThroughput of Baltic Ports|
In January of 2005 handling volumes in the Baltic ports reduced by 7% and made 9,306.7 th.tons.
Tallinn grew best, the port handled 3,026.1 mn tons, 13.78% down year-on-year.
|17 January 2003|
|11:00||seaThe Big Port’s of St. Petersburg Throughput|
According to the St.
|30 September 2002|
|11:00||seaRussia and Baltics between East and West|
The very geographic location of the Baltic republics on the trade rotes between Europe and Asia makes transit a predominant factor in their economies, and first and foremost in their port business.
|30 August 2002|
|11:00||seaBlack Sea Transport Network Integration Prospects|
Regional freight shipping results and outlooks
The Black Sea transport network today includes over 20 ports of the Organization for Black Sea Economic Cooperation’s (OBSEC) member states with the total cargo throughput over 220 ml t.
|26 March 2002|
|11:00||seaContainer Traffic in the Baltic Sea|
I am originating in deep sea trading, being educated in Hapag Lloyd and Maersk Line - now Maersk Sealand - have been working in the Far East for some years and took over the management of TEAM LINES two years ago.
TEAM LINES is a Short Sea Feeder shipping company - in fact the largest in Germany.
|5 March 2002|
|11:00||seaBaltic Transport Cooperation Prospects and Potential|
Which role does your port play in the Baltic trade and how its operations will be effected by the development of the new Russian ports in the Gulf of Finland?
The freight traffic, formed in the eastern Baltic ports, are essential for the seaport of Klaipeda, and the launch of the new ports in the Gulf of Finland will definitely influence the operations of the entire transport system in the area, and the operations of the port of Klaipeda in particular.
|16 January 2002|
|11:00||seaFerry Transportation on the 'Great Silk Route' Sea Link|
According to results 2001 released by Ukrferry Shipping Co at a press-conference held early this year in Odessa, the cargo turnover increase on the Varna - Ilyichevsk - Poti/Batumi ferry line exceeded the expected (0.5 million tons) and made up 0.8 million tons (+36.4%).
|28 November 2001|
|11:00||seaPort Klaipeda among Baltic Competing Ports|
The port of Klaipeda, the most western of the FSU ports on the Baltic sea has transport ties with Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, and Poland on the one hand, and with the Scandinavian and Western European countries, on the other hand.
|6 July 2001|
|11:00||seaPetersburg Oil Terminal Plans Extension|
During the 5 years of business activities PNT transformed from an insignificant bunkering base of Baltic Shipping Co into a modern enterprise, the only one among Russian oil terminals in the Baltic capable of competing with those in the Baltic states in the sphere of petroleum products export transshipment.
After the USSR breakdown Russia did not have specialized oil terminals at its disposal.
|22 May 2001|
|11:00||seaPositive Aspects in Development of Competition between Alternative Eurasian Transport Corridors and Routes|
The existing Eurasian transport corridors and routes can be conditionally classified into two groups.
The first group are traditional transport corridors, which comprise railroad routes connecting West Europe with CIS and Central Asia; Baltic, Black Sea transport corridors; Transsiberian Main Line as well as the sea route via Suez.