Container traffic via the Russian sea ports located in the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea declined by 28.8% year-on-year to make 16.4 thousand TEU.
According to SeaNews PORTSTAT analytic online service, container exports decreased by 22.5% down to 26.9 thousand TEU, and imports by 37.2% to 16.4 thousand TEU.
The share of the Azov and Black Sea ports in the aggregate container traffic via the Russian sea ports amounted to 16.1% in July 2022.
Laden container traffic via the Azov and Black Sea ports made 28.6 thousand TEU, down 42.8% year-on-year. 17.5% or 5 thousand TEU of the laden containers was reefers, and 82.5% or 23.6 thousand TEU was dry containers.
54.2% of the laden container traffic or 15.5 thousand TEU was imports, and 45.8% or 13.1 thousand TEU was exports.
Empties were up 35.5% to 14.8 thousand TEU in July.
Laden imports declined by 34.6% year-on-year to 15.5 thousand TEU, and empty imports by 62% to 942 TEU.
The share of Novorossiysk in the aggregate Azov and Black Sea ports’ container traffic amounted to 99.9% or 43.3 thousand TEU in July 2022. Temryuk accounted for 0.1% or 58 TEU.
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