• 2018 July 10 17:29

    NCSP Group's cargo turnover for January–May 2018 totaled 59.2 million tons

    NCSP Group reports that the consolidated cargo turnover of the Group's terminals for January–May 2018 totaled 59,249.8 thousand tons.

    Transshipment of bulk cargo in January–May 2018 increased by 14.6% or 941.5 thousand tons and reached 7,409.4 thousand tons compared to the previous year, mainly due to growth of grain transshipment supported by high yield in the current grain season.

    Grain transshipment increased by 31.3% or 1,294.2 thousand tons, to 5,431.6 thousand tons. The volume of iron ore raw materials transshipment increased by 6.2% or 61.0 thousand tons and reached 1,051.3 thousand tons. The volume of coal transshipment decreased by 21.2% to 655.3 thousand tons due to the ongoing depreciation of the Turkish Lira against the US dollar.

    Transshipment of chemical goods and raw sugar amounted to 161.0 and 110.1 thousand tons, respectively.

    Transshipment of general cargo in January–May 2018 increased by 9.7% or 554.3 thousand tons and reached 6,269.5 thousand tons, mainly due to growth of cast iron transshipment caused by expansion of the sales markets and increase in sales volumes.

    Transshipment of ferrous metals and cast iron increased by 571.5 thousand tons or 11.4% and amounted to 5,564.5 thousand tons. Transshipment of perishable goods increased by 44.7% or 43.8 thousand tons, to 141.7 thousand tons. Transshipment volumes of non-ferrous metals and timber amounted to 431.2 thousand tons and 132.1 thousand tons, respectively.

    Container turnover of NCSP Group amounted to 2,631.1 thousand tons or 269.4 thousand TEU in the reporting period, which was by 3.0% more in tons and by 6.9% more in TEU than in the same period of 2017.

    Transshipment of other cargo in January–May 2018 amounted to 469.9 thousand tons, an increase of 3.1 times thanks to the attraction to transshipment of various cargoes for the direct variant by companies of the Group in Novorossiysk.

    Transshipment of liquid cargo in January–May 2018 decreased by 12.6% or 6,112.0 thousand tons and amounted to 42,469.9 thousand tons, including 27,148.8 thousand tons of crude oil, 14,817.9 thousand tons of oil products, 327.1 thousand tons of UAN, and 176.1 thousand tons of seed oils.

    Crude oil transshipment decreased by 20.3% or 6,925.9 thousand tons, including by 14.4% in Novorossiysk and by 23.9% in Primorsk. Transshipment of oil products increased by 6.3% or 876.0 thousand tons, which is 6.0 pp above the growth rate of the industry (according to the Association of Commercial Seaports (ASOP)).

    Transshipment of liquid fertilizers (UAN) decreased by 3.6%, and transshipment of vegetable oils reduced by 22.1% compared to January–May 2017.

    NCSP Group's Cargo Turnover for January–May 2018 (thousand tons)

     

    January–May

    Change, thousand tons

    Change, %

    2018

    2017

    Cargo turnover, total

    59,249.8

    63,468.9

    -4,219.1

    -6.6%

    Liquid cargo, total

    42,469.9

    48,582.0

    -6,112.0

    -12.6%

    Crude oil

    27,148.8

    34,074.7

    -6,925.9

    -20.3%

    Oil products

    14,817.9

    13,941.9

    876.0

    6.3%

    UAN

    327.1

    339.3

    -12.2

    -3.6%

    Oils

    176.1

    226.1

    -50.0

    -22.1%

    Bulk cargo, total

    7,409.4

    6,467.9

    941.5

    14.6%

    Grain

    5,431.6

    4,137.4

    1,294.2

    31.3%

    Chemical cargo

    161.0

    357.2

    -196.2

    -54.9%

    Raw sugar

    110.1

    151.3

    -41.2

    -27.2%

    Raw ore materials

    1,051.3

    990.3

    61.0

    6.2%

    Coal

    655.3

    831.7

    -176.4

    -21.2%

    General cargo, total

    6,269.5

    5,715.1

    554.3

    9.7%

    Ferrous metals and cast iron

    5,564.5

    4,993.0

    571.5

    11.4%

    Timber cargo

    132.1

    143.3

    -11.2

    -7.8%

    Timber cargo (thousand cubic meters)

    240.2

    259.6

    -19.4

    -7.5%

    Non-ferrous metals

    431.2

    481.0

    -49.8

    -10.3%

    Perishable cargo

    141.7

    97.9

    43.8

    44.7%

    Containers

    2,631.1

    2,554.1

    77.0

    3.0%

    Containers

    2,631.1

    2,554.1

    77.0

    3.0%

    Containers (thousand TEU)

    269.4

    252.0

    17.4

    6.9%

    Other cargo

    469.9

    149.9

    320.0

    213.5%

    NCSP Group is the largest port operator in Russia by cargo turnover. NCSP Group is traded on Moscow Exchange (NMTP) and London Stock Exchange as GDRs (NCSP). NCSP Group's volumes in 2017 totaled 143.5 million tons. NCSP Group consists of: PJSC Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port, LLC Primorsk Trade Port, LLC Novorossiysk Grain Terminal, JSC Novorossiysk Ship Repair Yard, JSC NCSP Fleet, JSC NLE, LLC IPP, Baltic Stevedore Company LLC, and JSC SFP.

     




2018 September 21

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17:06 Gibdock, RSP Systems and New Zealand fisheries choose LR
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16:04 Babcock ecoSMRT receives LR acknowledgement for ship application
15:09 Trafigura holds naming ceremony for first of 35 newbuild crude oil and product tankers
14:56 IBIA takes part in SIBCON 2018
14:27 Krasnoye Sormovo shipyard launches Pola Fiva, fifth dry cargo carrier of Project RSD59 built for Pola Rise
14:09 British International Freight Association fumes over sulphur surcharge
13:52 Ukraine’s water transport carried 0.5 million passengers in 8M’18, up 10.5%, Y-o-Y
13:31 Maersk’s regional carriers go to market under one brand
13:09 GE Shipping takes delivery of Secondhand Very Large Gas Carrier “ Jag Vasant ”
12:50 ABP aims for frictionless trade with blockchain
12:28 Cargo transportation by Ukraine’s water transport declined by 1.9% to 3.6 million tonnes in 8M’18
12:09 COSCO SHIPPING Tanker (Dalian) takes delivery of 319,000 dwt Mt Cosnew Lake
11:07 Odfjell finalizes sale of Rotterdam tank terminal
10:36 ABP promotes South Wales ports as cruise destinations
10:07 Georgia Ports plan 8 million TEU capacity by 2028
09:54 Brent Crude futures price up 0.06% to $78.75, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.14% to $70.22
09:35 Bunker prices are going up at the Port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
09:16 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,396 points
09:03 APL’s Eagle Express service makes a solution for precise logistics management
08:07 Yang Ming to upgrade China-Vietnam-Thailand service
07:20 Iskes Towage names twin Damen ASD Tugs 3212 Mars and Mercurius

2018 September 20

21:17 Expert says production declines and geopolitical unrest may push bunker prices up
18:02 SITC holds naming & delivery ceremony for M/V “SITC TOYOHASHI”
17:54 Sovcomflot participates in Eastern Economic Forum’s business programme
17:30 Kurt Bodewig appointed as new European Coordinator for Motorways of the Sea
17:07 Port of Singapore holds annual multi-agency ferry emergency exercise
16:46 IAPH regional conference sets pan-African ports agenda
16:25 UAE to host Dubai Marine Insurance Conference 2018 on November 20-21
16:07 Governments of New Zealand and Australian announce fumigation requirement for import cargos
15:48 Sovcomflot is a Partner of the Second Conference “LNG Fleet and LNG Bunkering in Russia”
15:32 NYK product tanker rescues 28 fishermen off the coast of Colombia
15:04 CMA CGM announces GRR from Asia to West Africa
14:56 Admiralteiskie Verfi launches the Kronshtadt, diesel-electric submarine of Project 677
14:32 DNV GL releases autonomous and remotely operated ship guideline (UPDATE)
14:04 Port of Long Beach awarded $4.2 mln security grant
13:32 ABS supports innovative yacht design with dedicated guidance notes and software
13:20 Finnish Transport Agency: international seaborne transport volumes show significant boost
13:04 Port of Antwerp works on structural solutions to improve mobility
12:43 Arctic group of RF Navy’s Northern Fleet enters Chukchi Sea through Bering Strait
12:30 Wison receives AiP from LR for 300MW FSRP
12:04 Port of Rotterdam and Rönesans Holding sign agreement for petrochemical industrial zone in Turkey
11:49 IMO to start consideration of legal framework for low-flashpoint diesel
11:30 Gulftainer signs 50-year, $600 million concession to operate and expand Port of Wilmington in Delaware, USA
11:18 Fuel oil prices are going up the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:04 Green Corridor JIP delivers innovative bulk carrier designs for a low emissions future
10:55 IMO takes important step to facilitate use of methanol
10:30 HHI receives AiP from LR for a VLGC design capable of using LPG as fuel
10:19 Brent Crude futures price up 0.3% to $79.64, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.61% to $71.2
10:03 OpenIJ starts sinking operation of the lock gate chamber at the Port of Amsterdam
09:50 Passenger Port of Saint-Petersburg ("Marine Façade") welcomed MSC Meraviglia
09:34 CMA CGM announces GRR from India to East Africa
09:17 Baltic Dry Index is up to 1,373 points
09:03 Port of Rotterdam organises information meeting about the replacement of Maaskade quay wall
08:34 DNV GL launches revised design standard and new certification guideline for floating wind turbines
08:04 ABS issues AIP for Jiangnan’s LNG Jumbo

2018 September 19

18:10 Significant reserve growth confirmed at the Utrenneye field