|4 May 2005|
|13:13||Port SaidThroughput of Astrakhan Port|
According to the transport bulletin SeaNews Weekly No 87, in Q1 2005 the aggregate throughput of the port of Astrakhan, Olya and Busan made 1,024.5 th.tons (-13.4% year-on-year).
|28 January 2004|
|13:54||seaPort of Antwerp: Records of 2003|
The port of Antwerp has finished its year with an extremely good performance, with the latest figures pointing to a total shipping freight volume of more than 142 mn tonnes.
|19 January 2004|
|15:55||sea Top 10 Container Ports|
The ports are the same of the year before, be it with slight changes in the ranking (but considered to be all important by some of the ports concerned).
|7 February 2003|
|11:00||seaYear 2002 Throughput|
Provisional figures of port handled TEU during the year 2002 - in alphabetical order the 1+ mn TEU ports so far known.
|29 October 2002|
|11:00||seaFESCO Quotes Prosperity as Main Objective|
An interview with Yevgeny N.
|8 May 2002|
During 2001, the following 63 ports (in alphabetic order plus year 2001 and year 2000 ranking) controlled more than 1 million port handled TEU (full and empty, loaded and discharged, including transhipment; TEU*1,000, rounded):
RankPort2001 TEUchange %2000 TEU1999 TEU
2426 Algeciras 2,1527.1%2,0091,833
1110 Antwerp 4,2184.3%4,0453,614
4038 Barcelona 1,4102.9%1,3701,235
6347 Buenos Aires 1,010-10.4%1,1271,111
33 Busan 7,9074.9%7,5406,440
3532 Charleston 1,528-6.4%1,6331,568
3230 Colombo 1,720-0.7%1,7331,704
5060 Dalian 1,20919.9%1,008736
1315 Dubai 3,50114.5%3,0592,845
4742 Durban 1,2248.8%1,1251,114
1917 Felixstowe 2,650-5.4%2,8002,7763633 Genoa 1,5261.7%1,5011,234
2119 Gioia Tauro 2,488-6.2%2,6532,2533436 Guangzhou 1,62814.1%1,4271,179
99 Hamburg 4,68910.4%4,2483,738
4340 Hampton R.
|8 April 2002|
|11:00||seaRole of International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation in Materializing Potentials of TransSiberian Landbridge|
The International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation has been established at the International Conference on Transportation of cargo via the TransSiberian railway Mainline held in Moscow on November 23,1993.
The Declaration of the International Conference reads "The participants of the International Conference on Transportation of cargo on the TransSiberian railway Mainline taking into consideration the importance of the "TransSiberian Landbridge" for the economical community in matters of developing trade and international economic relations between the countries of Europe and Asia and proceeding from the necessity of providing a service to meet the requirements of the world transport market and also taking into consideration the economical and social development taking place in the present world, decided to establish an International Coordinating Council on TransSiberian Transportation".
At the moment the CCTST has 84 members:
The Ministry of Railway Transport of Russia,
The Ministry of Transport of Russia,
The State Customs Committee of Russia,
The railway administrations of the Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Hungary, Finland, Poland, Germany, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Mongolia;
Shipping companies, seaports, associations of operators and forwarders, as well as major individual forwarding companies.
The Chairman of the Council is the Mr.
|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.
|4 March 2002|
|11:00||seaYear 2001 TEU Throughput|
Provisional figures of port handled TEU during the year in alphabetical order of ports handling more than 250,000 TEU, all so far known:
Port 2001 change 2000 1999
Aarhus 415 3.8% 400 367
Aden 377 258.3% 105 80
Balboa 359 498.1% 60 16
Bilbao 454 4.7% 434 377
Chittagong 490 16.5% 421 400
Fujairah 379 -29.9% 540 566
Genoa 1,526 1.7% 1,501 1,234
Guayaquil 454 9.6% 414 380
Havana 270 43.7% 188 123
Johore Port 639 -3.1% 659 558
Laem Chabang 2,310 5.2% 2,195 1,828
|7 February 2002|
|11:00||seaYear 2001 TEU throughput|
Provisional figures of port handled TEU during the year 2001.
|19 December 2001|
|11:00||seaPort Vanino Development Prospects and Plans|
Commercial Seaport Vanino is one of the largest Russian ports in the Far East.
|29 August 2001|
|11:00||seaKim Chen Ir Visit and Eurasian Transit|
The leader of the republic of Korea Kim Cher Ir has recently visited our country.
|15 May 2001|
|11:00||containerDirect Rail Communication between Japan and Europe|
The construction of tunnels to Sakhalin and the La Perouse Strait to Japan will allow to carry out direct r/r transportations between Japan and Europe.
|23 April 2001|
During 2000, the following ports (in alphabetic order plus year 2000 rank) controlled more than 1 million port handled TEU (full and empty, including transhipment; TEU*1,000, rounded):
|19 February 2001|
|11:00||seaRussia’s Transport Sector Potential in East – West Corridor|
The East – West transport corridor development will allow Russia to both strengthen its geostrategic position and add another income item to the budget.
|12 October 2000|
|11:00||seaRussia on the World Containerised Shipping Market: to Be or Not to Be|
The recent attempts at reviving containerized transit transportation via the territory of Russia may be successful only in case all the three major transport sectors - railways, motorways, and ocean shipping - are employed.
|25 May 2000|
|11:00||seaConnecting Korean railroad and TRANSSIB not likely|
There has been much talking about attracting more transit cargoes to Russia.