• 2018 January 22 16:00

    Throughput of port Ust-Luga up 11% to 103.29 mln t in 2017

    In January-December 2017, the port of Ust-Luga handled 103,294,200 t of cargo (+11%, year-on-year), says Baltic Sea Ports Administration.

    Transshipment of dry bulk cargo climbed by 30% to 36,121,100 t, coal and coke – by 37% to 30,572,300 t t. 

    Transshipment of liquid bulk cargo climbed by 2% to 63,878,900 t including 32,744,100 t of crude oil (+9%) and 28,958,400 t of oil products (-5%). 

    Transshipment of general cargo grew by 10% to 835,200 t.

    Transshipment of cargoes carried by ferries totaled 1,494,100 t (+13%). 

    The port’s container throughput fell by 10.4% to 75,262 TEUs.

    In 2016, the port handled 93.36 mln t of cargo, container throughput totaled 83,934 TEUs.

    Ust-Luga port is situated practically at the border of the Russian Federation and the European Union. The deep water area of the port (17.5 m) together with the approach channel (3.7 km) make Ust-Luga port the only Russian port on the Baltic Sea capable of admitting dry-cargo vessels with the deadweight of up to 75,000 tonnes and liquid cargo carriers with the deadweight of up to 160,000 tonnes.

    Port

    Type of cargo

    Throughput thou t, 2015

    Throughput thou t, 2016

    Throughput thou t, 2017

    2017 vs 2016 %

     

    Port Ust-Luga

    TOTAL:

    87,868.4

    93,362.5

    103,294.2

    111%

     

    DRY BULK CARGO including:

    25,199.9

    27,703.1

    36,121.1

    130%

     

    Ore

    124.9

    245.3

    54.8

    22%

     

    Coal and coke

    21,543.6

    22,328.1

    30,572.3

    137%

     

    Mineral fertilizers

    1,791.6

    3,015.5

    3,196.7

    106%

     

    Other

    1,739.8

    2,114.2

    2,297.3

    109%

     

    LOOSE CARGO including:

    3.5

    8.6

    15.6

    181%

     

    Grain

    3.5

    0.0

    0.0

     

     

    Other

    0.0

    8.6

    15.6

     

     

    TIMBER

    237.6

    309.2

    303.9

    98%

     

    GENERAL CARGO including:

    769.3

    756.9

    835.2

    110%

     

    Ferrous metal

    560.5

    594.0

    591.4

    100%

     

    Packaged

    0.0

    0.0

    24.3

    рост

     

    Other

    208.8

    162.9

    219.5

    135%

     

    CONTAINERs

    808.8

    760.2

    641.2

    84%

     

    Teus

    89,820

    83,934

    75,262

     

     

    Including reefer containers:



    601

     

     

    CARGO CARRIED by FERRIES

    2,013.0

    1,321.4

    1,494.1

    113%

     

    Ro-Ro

    43.4

    16.0

    4.2

    26%

     

    LIQUID BULK CARGO, including:

    58,792.9

    6,2487.1

    63,878.9

    102%

     

    Crude oil

    26,814.0

    30,146.0

    32,744.1

    109%

     

    Oil products

    30,550.5

    30,483.1

    28,958.4

    95%

     

    Liquefied gas

    1,428.3

    1,858.0

    2,176.3

    117%

     




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