|24 July 2007|
|19:06||seaIs VMTP Deal a Trend?|
On 23 July it became widely known that the shareholders of the private company Port-Active at their extraordinary meeting approved the acquisition of 50% in the authorized capital of M-Port, which controls Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port (VMTP).
|1 March 2007|
|15:34||seaMarket review, week 9|
The VLCC market gathered strength as a substantial backlog of cargoes finally had to be placed on the market which resulted in rates moving upwards.
|12 September 2006|
|12:09||Port SaidEisk Posts Throughput Results: Up 18% in 7 Months|
In the 7 months 2006 the aggregate throughput of all the stevedores of the Eisk port amounted to 1.669.7 th.tons (+18.2% year-on-year).
The port icnreasec the volumes of ferrous metals 15.9 times, timber - by 14.9%.
|7 September 2006|
|19:21||seaContents of SeaNews Weekly 2006 analytical bulletin|
SeaNews Weekly No 150
When you are in Australia, swim the Nile
Big port of St.Petersburg posts statistics in the 6 months of 2006;
Murmansk port operations in January-June 2006;
Kaliningrad port turnover in 6 months of 2006;
Coal rail export towards the ports in 6 months of 2006;
Timber rail transportation towards the ports in 6 months of 2006;
Reefer cargo transportation in the North-Western ports in the 6 months;
Ferrous metals turnover via the Russian, Baltic and Ukrainian ports in January-June 2006.
Throughput of some of the ports of the Far East in H1 2006.
SeaNews Weekly No 147
Wandering zones of luck
Novorossiysk port complex operation in H1 2006;
Rostov port operations in January-June 2006;
Temryuk and Kazkaz ports turnover in 6 months of 2006;
Azov port operations in January-June 2006.
|4 July 2006|
|18:51||Port SaidThroughput of Novorossiysk Commercial Seaport up in January-May|
In January-May 2006 the throughput of the Novorossiysk Commercial Seaport JSC made 29,335.3 th.tons, up 3% year-on-year.
|18:48||Port SaidRostov Reduces Volumes|
In the 5 months of 2006 the throughput of Rostov port complex made 1,411.7 th.tons which is a 6% minus over the same period of 2005.
|12 April 2006|
|17:18||Port SaidThroughput of Ilyichevsk Port |
In Q1 2006 Ilyichevsk Commercial Seaport reduced the throughput by 6% down to 3.453 th.tons.
|6 February 2006|
|12:50||Port SaidThroughput of Novorossiysk Commercial Seaport|
In 2005 the throughput of the Novorossiysk Commercial Seaport JSC made 75.2 mn tons having increased by 7.45 year-on-year.
The port handled 56.1 mn tons of bulk cargo (+1.4%).
|16 December 2005|
|17:31||Port SaidAzov Port Turnover|
In the 11 months of 2005 the aggregate throughput of Azov transport hub increased by 20.5% to 2,759.4 th.tons.
|30 June 2005|
|15:08||Port SaidThroughput of the Southern Port of Russia|
According to the North Kavkaz railway, during the 5 months of 2005 23 mn tons of cargo was handled via the port stations.
|4 May 2005|
|13:24||Port SaidCargo Handling in Azov Port|
According to the transport bulletin SeaNews Weekly No 87, in Q1 2005 the aggregate throughput of the Azov port increased by 30.3% and made 603.2 th.tons.
In January-March 2005 the port increased the grain handling.
Detailed review on a subject is available in the SeaNews Weekly No 87 analytical bulletin.
|7 April 2005|
|17:31||seaUkrzaliznytsya Introduces Indexes for Rail Tariffs |
According to the management of the Ukrainian Railways (Ukrzaliznytsya), w.e.f.
|16 March 2005|
|11:38||seaNew Issue of SeaNews Weekly No 81|
The following information will be available in the SeaNews Weekly 81 (05/03/21) analytical bulletin.
- Throughput of stevedores of Novorossiysk port in February 2005;
- Throughput of stevedores of Taganrog port in February 2005;
- Throughput of Tuapse port in February 2005;
- Throughput of stededores of the Eisk port in February 2005;
- Throughput of Rostov port in January 2005.
Roro traffic development in the Black Sea.
|24 February 2005|
|13:52||Port SaidCargo Handling of Eisk Port |
The throughput of the port of Eisk Commercial Seaport JSC in January 2005 amounted to 176.3 th.t (+4.5% year-on-year).
|12:42||Port SaidThroughput of Taganrog Port|
The throughput of Taganrog port in January 2005 made 211.9 th.tons (+16.7% year-on-year).
|9 February 2005|
|14:36||containerThroughout of Klaipeda|
In January 2005 the Klaipeda port handled 1.9 mn tons (-1.7% year-on-year).
According to the management of the port authority, the port increased the handling volumes of fertilizers, which made 451.1 th.tons (+36% year-on-year).
|26 January 2005|
|13:19||seaGrain Handling in 2004|
According to SeaNews, 2.823 th.tons was handled in the ports of the Azov and Black Seas basin in 2004 (-35.58% year-on-year).
In the Baltic basin (including the Baltic States and the Neva firth), grain handling reduced as well.
|20 January 2005|
|18:35||Port SaidSeaNews Weekly No 73|
The following information will be available in the next issue of SeaNews Weekly No 73 (05/01/24) analytical bulletin:
- Novorossiysk port stevedores post results in the year 2004;
- Taganrog cargo handling results in the year 2004;
- Tuapse port throughput in the year 2004;
- Throughput of the port of Temryuk and Kavkaz;
- Eisk port throughput in 2004;
- Astrakhan port complex throughput.
- Russian grain market: 12 months' results;
- Bulk oil handling in the Russian South;
- Bulk oil handling in the Ukrainian ports;
- Metal handling via the Russian and Ukrainian ports.
|29 November 2004|
|16:59||coalBulk rates rally on strong minerals, grain demands|
Panamax dry bulk rates this week are up more than 20% from a year ago, backed by strong Asian demand to ship iron ore and grains, reports Shipping News.
Demand for charters of panamax ships is also being driven up by a shortage of capesize vessels - ships that carry more than 100,000 tones of cargo predominantly used to move iron ore and coal, brokers said.
Voyage rates for modern panamax for the benchmark US Gulf to Japan route were quoted at $67-68 per ton for December shipments, up from spot deals seen last week around $62-63 per ton and inching close to record levels of $75-80 per ton seen 9 months ago.
'China appears to be aggressive about shipping iron ore and this uptrend is expected to stay until January, ahead of the Chinese New Year,' said a broker at a Japanese shipping company.
Strength in capesize rates had increased demand for smaller panamax ships carrying about 55,000 tons and handymax ships carrying about 25,000 tons, pushing up both spot and charter prices, brokers said.
Seoul brokers said Asian importers of coking coal and iron ore were maximizing imports before their term contracts terminate at the end of the first quarter of 2005 as the next round of term contracts were expected to see price rises.
|23 November 2004|
|14:03||containerSeaNews Weekly No 67|
- Throughput of Taganrog port’s stevedores: 10 months’ results;
- Throughput of Tuapse port for the 10 months;
- Cargo handling in the ports of Temryuk and Kavkaz: 10 months results;
- Cargo handling in the ports of Astrakhan and Olya;
- Handling of the Eisk port’s stevedores: 10 months’ results’
- Cargo handling of the Novorossiysk port’s stevedores;
- Russian grain market: 10 months’ results.
- Rail tariffs deregulation;
- Metal handling via the Ukrainian ports in January-October of 2004;
- Container throughput of the South of Russia
- Metal handling via the Southern port of Russia;
- Russian grain market: 10 months’ results.