|29 March 2007|
|15:08||seaMarket review, week 13|
The trend from end last week continued in the VLCC MEG-market with limited inquiry for end April loading.
|18 January 2007|
|15:00||seaMarket review, week 3|
Rates for VLCC's in the MEG increased further the past week as there was a limited amount of Double hull tonnage awailable for cargoes in play and the rates are presently at ws 82,50 for far East and ws 57,50 for western destinations.
|21 December 2006|
|15:39||seaMarket review, week 51|
Even though there was a substantial amount of VLCC fixing in the MEG, this did little more than keep previous low rate levels from falling because there are just to many vessels available and not enough cargoes to significantly diminish their number; given the approach of the holidays, owners will have to look to the coming year for any changes.
|23 November 2006|
|17:49||seaMarket Review, week 47|
A slow week for the VLCC's in the MEG has done little to help owners confidence.
|26 October 2006|
|11:34||seaMarket Review, week 43|
It was steady but slow going for VLCCs in the MEG, and owners have been unable to make any significant headway on rates due to the fact that good tonnage availability still strongly favors charterers.
|13 October 2006|
|11:17||seaMarket Review, Week 41|
As expected, the soft trend in the VLCC market continued unabated this week.
|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.
|6 June 2006|
|12:49||containerOne More Container Champion|
In January-April 2006 the Tallinn port increased its throughput by 4.1% up to 13.822 mn tons.
|3 April 2006|
|17:41||Port SaidThroughput of Tuapse Port|
In January-February 2006 Tuapse transport hub handled 3,423.6 th.tons of cargo (+14.5% year-on-year).
Tuapse Commercial Seaport JSC increased the handling volumes by 14.4% in the 2 months of 2006.
|4 May 2005|
|19:30||containerSeaNews Weekly No 88|
Leningrad oblast port posts results in Q1 2005;
Cargo turnover of the Baltic ports in January-April 2005;
Throughput of the 10 largest ports of Finland: Q1 2005;
Raw export traffic of VR Cargo in Q1 2005
Container traffic along the Transsib: 4 months' results.
Cargo flows reviews
Minerals handling in the ports of Russia, Ukraine and Baltic States in Q1 2005;
Russian coal handling market in Q1 2005;
Reefer traffic market: Q1 2005
Russian cargo fleet today
Neva firth stevedores post results in January-April 2005.
You may get acquainted with all the issues of SeaNews Weekly 2005 analytical bulletin.
|29 March 2005|
|17:09||seaNew Issue of SeaNews Weekly No 83|
The following information will be available in the SeaNews Weekly 83 (05/04/04) analytical bulletin:
- Astrakhan traffic center in February 2005;
- Throughput of Aktau port in February 2005;
- Throughput of Temryuk and Kavkaz ports in February 2005.
Interview with Tagir Izmailov, the chairman of Novoship JSC
- Bulk oil handling in the Caspian Sea in February 2005;
- Metal handling in the Ukrainian ports in January-February 2005;
- Metal handling via the Russian ports in January-February 2005;
- Russian coal market in February 2005.
Third generation of ferries for the Caspian Sea;
World shipbuilding trends: March 2005.
|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.
|11 March 2005|
|16:33||containerNew Issue of SeaNews Weekly No 80|
The following information will be available in the SeaNews Weekly 80 (05/03/14) analytical bulletin.
- Throughput of stevedores of St.Petersburg port in February 2005;
- Kaliningrad Commercial seaport posts results in February 2005;
- Throughput of Leningrad oblast ports;
- Throughput of the Baltic ports;
- Work results of VR Cargo in February 2005.
- Container handling of the Neva firth stevedores in February 2005;
- Russian coal market in 2005;
- Shipbuilding of the NorthWest of Russia;
- Russian market containerization has started.
|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.
|3 February 2005|
|12:56||Port SaidCoal Handling via Russian, Ukrainian and Baltic Ports|
In 2004 the ports of Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic States handled 70 mn tons of coal (+48% year-on-year).
|26 January 2005|
|15:09||seaSeaNews Weekly No 74|
The following information will be available in the next issue of SeaNews Weekly No 74 (5/01/31) analytical bulletin:
- Kaliningrad stevedores post results for 2004;
- VR Cargo traffic to Russian and CIS countries in 2004;
- Murmansk port posts results in the year 2004;
- Throughput of Arkhangelsk port in 2004;
- Ports of Finland: results of 2004.
LCL service development prospects in Russia.
|30 December 2004|
|11:54||exportCoal Industry Work Results in 2004|
According to the Ministry of Industry and Energy, in January-October of 2004 the coal production was up by 0.9% and reached 227.5 mn tons.
|1 December 2004|
|15:09||coalModern Panamax Rates|
The Baltic Exchange's Panamax index smashed records again on Monday, jumping 150 points to 6,032, versus a starting point of 1,000 in December 1998.
Modern panamax rates for the benchmark route from the US Gulf to Japan were quoted at US$70-US$75 a ton, rising from around US$67-US$68 a week earlier and rapidly approaching record highs of US$75-US$80 seen in February.
Freight rates have been volatile since September 2003, soaring to record highs in February on Chinese demand for raw materials such as iron ore to feed its booming economy.
|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.