Cargo Traffic via the Arctic Basin Ports in January

Arctic Basin Ports’ Throughput in January

  • According to SeaNews PORTSTAT analytic online service, the total cargo throughput via the Russian Arctic basin ports in January 2020 declined slightly (-0.6%). Import surged 5.9-fold, cabotage decreased by 2.9%. Export remained much on the previous year’s level.

    The share of the Arctic basin in the total cargo traffic via all the Russian seaports in January 2020 amounted to 12.6%.

    49.5% of the total cargo traffic was crude oil, LNG accounted for 19.7% and coal and coke for 17.6%.

    It should be noted that the highest growth was in the piece cargo segment (up 2.2-fold), ferrous metals (+40%) and liquified gas (+29.3%).

    The commodities that decreased the most were oil products (-40.1%), other bulk (grab) (-36.3%) and chemical and mineral fertilizers (-20%).

    Murmansk accounted for 59.8% of the aggregate cargo throughput via the Russian Arctic basin sea ports in January. Sabetta handled 28.2%, and Varandey 7.2% of the total.

    PORTSTAT is an analytic service containing container and cargo throughput statistics for all the Russian sea ports and stevedoring companies.

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    Container throughput via russian ports
    Cargo throughput via russian ports

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    Arctic Basin Ports’ Throughput in JanuaryComprehensive – statistics are available for all the sea ports and stevedorig companies of the Russian Federation. Historic data is available since 2015.

    Arctic Basin Ports’ Throughput in JanuaryIndicative – regional shipping market indicator with no time lag. Growth/decline trends for the past months.

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    PORTSTAT is an innovative interactive analytic tool based on the BI and BIGDATA technology that enables you to::

    • get data in a user defined breakdown, including container and cargo throughput for at least past 7 months for absolutely all of the Russian sea ports and stevedoring companies for all commodity groups (about 20 of them),
    • break down cargo flows (export/import/transit) by commodity groups by basin, port, or stevedore,
    • rate port/terminal operators of the basin/port you have chosen not only by their aggregate throughput, but also by other parameters, such as import/export/cabotage volume, defining commodity group and period of time (last month, concrete month you defined, or a period you set),
    • get interactive cartographic representation of data,
    • choose what data and in what context are visualized on the screen,
    • compare operational statistics of two stevedoring companies.

    New fresh statistics for all the Russian sea ports and stevedoring companies are uploaded into PORTSTAT every month.

    Now data for January 2020 is available in the PORTSTAT online service.

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