Azov and Black Sea Basin Throughput in July 2021: Sugar Up

Azov and Black Sea Basin Throughput in July 2021: Sugar Up

  • The article is based on SeaNews PORTSTAT online service (available for SeaNews subsribers).

    According to SeaNews PORTSTAT analytic online service, the total cargo throughput via the Azov and Black Sea basin ports in July 2021 increased by 14.3% year-on-year. Import grew by 2.4%, export was up 15.6%, and transit up 18.7%. Cabotage, on the contrary, decreased by 4.3%.

    The share of the Azov and Black Sea basin in the total cargo traffic via all the Russian seaports in July 2021 amounted to 30.6%.

    More than half of the total was oil and products, with crude oil accounting for 30.8% of the overall throughput, and oil products for 21%. Coal and coke amount to 15.6%. Grain constituted 14.3% of the total.

    It should be noted that the highest growth was in the sugar segment (up 5.5-fold), reefers cargo (up 3.8-fold), Ro-Ro (+94.7%).

    The commodities that decreased the most were other bulk (suction) (-52.9%), timber and logs (-40.6%) and other general cargo (-23.4%).

    Novorossiysk accounted for 51.9% of the aggregate cargo throughput via the Russian Azov and Black basin sea ports in July. Taman handled 16.4%, and Tuapse 9.2% of the total.


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