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HomeNewsroomNewsCommercial Port of Vladivostok showed 10 percent gain in container handling volumes in January 2014

Commercial Port of Vladivostok showed 10 percent gain in container handling volumes in January 2014

In January 2014 container volumes handled by Commercial Port of Vladivostok (part of FESCO Transportation Group) surged 10 percent and amounted to 38,600 TEU y-o-y. The growth is driven by the increase of import container volumes (up 28% as compared to January of 2013). Share of containerized cargo in the port’s total cargo turnover accounted for 47%.

General cargo (exclusive of containers, vehicles, oil products) maintained positive momentum in January. This went up by 16.4 percent. The growth in January was due to the increase in exports y-o-y, mainly metallurgical coke (up 14.3%), steel products (up 27%), pulp and paper (up 27.4%). Cabotage cargo handling volumes rose 8.8 percent.

Ruslan Alikhanov, President of FESCO Transportation Group said in a statement: “Steady trend of 2013 towards cargo handling volume increase in Commercial Port of Vladivostok continued in January 2014. This is due, on the one hand, to modern technological processes used in the port that boost the efficiency of cargo handling, and, on the other hand, to the growth of trade turnover between the Far East and SEA countries. In January Commercial Port of Vladivostok enjoyed the gain of general cargo export as well.”

 

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