|13 October 2010|
|18:17||ro-roBaltics’ Ro-Ro Statistics|
|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.
|2 March 2005|
|14:22||seaSeaNews Weekly No 79|
The following information will be published in the issue of SeaNews Weekly 79 (05/03/02) analytical bulletin.
- Throughput of Temryuk and Kavkaz ports in January 2005;
- Cargo handling of Aktau port in January 2005;
- Throughput of Rostov port in January 2005;
- Throughput of Astrakhan port transport center;
- Work results of Ukrainian stevedores in the year 2004;
- Ukrainian Railway traffic.
Ro-ro traffic in the Black Sea.
|29 November 2004|
|19:58||containerSeaNews Weekly No 68|
The following information will be available in the next issue of SeaNews Weekly No 68 analytical bulletin:
- Throughput of the Baltic ports:
- bulk oil handling;
- metal handling;
- chemical fertilizers handling;
- coal handling;
- box handling;
- Finnish ports: work results for the 10 months of 2004;
- Paper handling;
- Ro-ro handling.
- Raw materials export of VR Cargo: 10 months’ results;
- VR Cargo container traffic into/from Russia: 10 months’ results;
- ISPS Code implementation in Russia: problems and prospects;
- IT-systems as an instrument of the agent companies increasing.
Special agents in the Russian market.
|2 November 2004|
|12:37||containerSteel Leads Breakbulk Growth|
Breakbulk cargo is expected to continue rising over the next few years, even though containers will still win the lion’s share of ocean trade, it was forecast last week.
|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.
|10 November 2003|
|16:56||seaKaliningrad Commercial Sea Port: Results of 10 Months|
In October of 2003 Kaliningrad Commercial Sea Port JSC handled 244 thousand tons of export against 218 thousand tons in 2002.
|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.
|27 March 2002|
|11:00||seaInternational Transport Project "Initiative 2K" (Kaliningrad-Klaipeda)|
The Baltic Sea region is the stable and dynamic part of Europe which has always attracted attention of the transport community and will do even more so in connection with the expected prospects for the development of the Russian market and the greater integration of the Russian economy in the global processes.
|6 December 2001|
|11:00||seaParis MOU Lacks Sensitivity|
The Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control is the most significant and effective out of 8 similar agreements on navigation safety control, which includes Maritime Administrations of 19 countries.
The Paris MOU main aim is to improve safety of navigation, secure human life at sea and protect the environment.
|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.
|9 November 2001|
|11:00||seaRF Port and Fleet Development |
The Program of the RF merchant fleet development (part of the federal target program for the Russian transport system modernization for 2002-2010) provides for seaports development and building new marine transport and support units.
The altogether capacities be reconstructed, modernized and newly developed amount to 262 million tons.
The major projects for the Baltic basin include continuation of new port development at Ust-Luga (dry cargo), Primorsk and Batareinaya (oil and petroleum products) in Leningrad Oblast; new cargo area development in Baltiysk in Kaliningrad Oblast; railway ferry to link Ust-Luga, Baltiysk, and German ports; Big Port St.
|16 July 2001|
|11:00||seaMarine Computer Systems: More Plans than Current Tasks|
|5 July 2001|
|11:00||seaOcean Shipping and Merchant Fleet in Finland|
The total ocean shipping volume carried by the Finnish fleet increased in 1999-2000 from 58.9 up to 80.6 million tons.
|27 April 2001|
|11:00||seaContainer shipping companies carryings in 2000|
Container shipping companies carryings (TEU*1,000) of the year 2000 which so far became known, in alphabetical order:
Company200019991998ACL*238224222APL2,7302,4772,117China Shipping1,440n.a.249Cho Yang693780n.a.vCMA CGM1,6631,3501,140CP Ships1,8331,3731,160Delmas/OTAL350n.a.n.a.
|2 February 2001|
Current Prices on New Ships
(Contract Prices on Ship Construction)
deadweight, thousand tonsNumberCustomer Country of Construction Due for Delivery Price, $ Million TANKERS105.02Soronata Japan 2002/2003 39.0 125.0.2Polar Tanker USA 2002 197.0 149.31Nereus Japan 2003 48.0 PRODUCTS35.01Bottiglieri di Navigazione South Korea 2002 23.0 37.02Tomasos Bros South Korea 2002/2003 26.0 CHEMICAL10.03Cliper Denmark Yardimci 2001/2002 17.0 BULKERS28.21Olimpia Maritime Japan 2002 15.0 42.81 Shipping Corp.