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Total Cargo Turnover Of Russian Seaports In 2021 Was 835.2 Million Tons, Up +1.7%

Total cargo turnover of Russian seaports in 2021 was 835.2 million tons, up +1.7%

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Moscow, Russia (PortSEurope) January 20, 2022 – Total cargo turnover of Russian seaports in 2021 was 835.2 million tons, an increase of +1.7% compared to the same period of last year, according to the Russian Association of Commercial Sea Ports. Transshipment of dry cargo was 412.8 million tons (+2.0%), including: coal – 202.7 million tons (+7.6%), cargo in containers – 61.2 million tons (+6.1 %),
grains – 42.4 million tons (-15.8%), ferrous metals – 29.0 million tons (+7.8%), mineral fertilizers – 19.3 million tons (+0.4%), ore – 11.9 million tons (-9.6%). Traffic of liquid cargo transshipment amounted to 422.4 million tons (+1.5%), including crude oil – 238.1 million tons (+1.3%), oil products – 146.7 million tons (+2.7% ), liquefied gas – 32.3 million tons (-0.7%), food cargo – 4.2 million tons (-7.9%), transshipment remained at the level of last year and amounted to 216.3 million tons. Export cargo was 660.9 million tons (+2.2%), import cargo – 40.5 million tons (+10.8%), transit cargo – 64.2 million tons (+4.1%), coastal cargo – 69 .5 million tons (-8.7%). Cargo turnover of the seaports of the Arctic Basin amounted to 94.3 million tons (-1.9%), of which the volume of dry cargo transshipment amounted to 29.0 million tons (-3.8%), liquid cargo – 65.3 million tons (-1.9%). .0 %). The cargo turnover of the ports of Murmansk amounted to 54.5 million tons (-3.0%), Sabetta – 27.9 million tons (+0.4%), Varandey – 4.6 million tons (-5.7%) and Arkhangelsk – 3 .2 million tons (-2.0%). Total cargo turnover of the seaports of the Baltic basin amounted to 252.8 million tons (+4.7%), of which the volume of dry cargo transshipment amounted to 118.2 million tons (+4.8%), liquid cargo – 134.6 million tons (+4.7%). .6%). The cargo turnover of the ports of Ust-Luga amounted to 109.2 million tons (+6.5%), the Big Port of St. Petersburg – 62.0 million tons (+3.6%), Primorsk – 53.0 million tons (+7.5% %), Vysotsk – 16.9 million tons (-9.3%). Cargo turnover of the seaports of the Azov-Black Sea basin amounted to 256.8 million tons (+1.9%), of which the volume of dry cargo transshipment amounted to 114.3 million tons (+2.4%), liquid cargo – 142.5 million tons ( +1.4%. The cargo turnover of the ports of Novorossiysk amounted to 142.8 million tons (+0.7%), Taman – 35.8 million tons (up 1.6 times), Tuapse – 24.7 million tons (-8 .1%), Caucasus – 17.1 million tons (-21.9%), Rostov-on-Don – 15.6 million tons (-12.9%). The cargo turnover of the seaports of the Caspian Basin amounted to 7.0 million tons (-14.0%), of which the volume of dry cargo transshipment amounted to 2.6 million tons (-22.3%), liquid cargo – 4.4 million tons (-8 .0%). The volume of cargo transshipment of the ports of Makhachkala decreased to 4.4 million tons (-12.6%), Astrakhan to 2.3 million tons (-10.4%). Cargo turnover of the seaports of the Far Eastern Basin amounted to 224.3 million tons (+0.6%), of which the volume of dry cargo transshipment amounted to 148.7 million tons (+1.4%), liquid cargo – 75.6 million tons (-1 .0%). The cargo turnover of the ports of Vostochny amounted to 77.7 million tons (+0.4%), Vanino – 35.4 million tons (+5.5%), Vladivostok – 29.6 million tons (+19.8%), Nakhodka -26 .8 mln t (+0.1%), Prigorodnoye – 14.5 mln t (-11.8%), Shakhtyorsk – 10.9 mln t (-9.0%).  In January-December 2021, 20,900 passenger ships (+39.9%) were served in seaports and 12.19 million people were served at sea passenger terminals, including the number of passengers sent from the ports amounted to 11.98 million people arrived – 303,700 people. Servicing of transit passengers amounted to 5,800 people. The main number of passengers was served at specialized passenger terminals in the ports of Sevastopol – 11.5 million people, Yalta – 366,200 people, Sochi – 184,700 people. All figures from the Association of Commercial Sea Ports. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2022.

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