Throughput of Russian seaports in 9M’2020 fell by 2.7% Y-o-Y


In January-September 2020. Russian seaports handled 611.48 million tonnes, down 2.7% year-on-year, says the Federal Marine and River Transport Agency (Rosmorrechflot).

In the reporting period, handling of dry bulk cargo grew by 5.2% to 295.75 million tonnes, while handling of liquid bulk cargo fell by 9% to 315.73 million tonnes.

Seaports of the Arctic Basin handled 71.45 million tonnes (-9.1%) including 21.89 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (-6.7%) and 49.56 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-10.1 %).

Seaports of the Baltic Basin handled 181.14 million tonnes (-6.2%) including 81.74 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (-6,7%) and 99.4 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-9.5%).

Seaports of Azov-Black Sea Basin handled 185.45 million tonnes (-3.2%) including 79.63 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (+12.6%) and 105.82 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-12.4%).

Seaports of the Caspian Basin handled 6.17 million tonnes (+11.3%) including 2.64 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (+25.3%) and 3.53 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (+2.7%).

Seaports of the Far East Basin handled 167.27 million tonnes (+4.9%) including 109.85 million tonnes of dry bulk cargo (+8.1%) and 57.42 million tonnes of liquid bulk cargo (-0.6%).
Source: Portnews (https://en.portnews.ru/news/302991/)



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