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  • SMS: Hapag-Lloyd: 1.33 mln TEU carried worldwide in Q1 2013 (+0.8% yoy)
  • SMS: OOCL: 1,241,454 TEU carried worldwide in Q1 2013 (-0.3%)
  • SMS: Viking Grace: 327,925 passengers carried 15.1-15.IV (+58.6% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gothenburg: 229,000 TEU handled in Q1 2013 (-1.7% yoy)
  • SMS: TransContainer: 342.4 thou. TEU carried in Q1 2013 (-1.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Liepaja: 7,562 cargo units handled in Q1 2013 (+13% yoy)
  • SMS: World container traffic: 9.05 mln TEU carried by sea in II 2013 (-5.2% yoy)
  • SMS: Petrolesport: 827 thou. TEU handled in 2012 (+6% yoy)
  • SMS: Yanino inland container terminal: 63 thou. TEU handled in 2012 (-3% yoy)
  • SMS: Vostochnaya Stevedoring Company: 397 thou. TEU handled in 2012 (+17% yoy)
  • SMS: Moby Dik: 226 thou. TEU handled in 2012 (-1% yoy)
  • SMS: Eckerö Line: 155,469 passengers carried on the Helsinki-Tallinn link in I-II 2013 (+81.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gdańsk: 186,014 TEU handled in I-II 2013 (+62.1% yoy)
  • SMS: Big Port of St. Petersburg: 177,668 TEU handled in I 2013 (+4% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Klaipeda: 30,464 TEU handled in I 2013 (+10.4% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Riga: 362,297 TEU handled in 2012 (+19.6% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Hamburg: 8.9 mln TEU handled in 2012 (-1.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of HaminaKotka: 631,040 TEU handled in 2012 (+3% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gdynia: 676,349 TEU handled in 2012 (+9.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Ystad: 1.79 mln people in pax traffic in 2012 (+2.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Hupac Intermodal: 646,214 road shipments by rail in 2012 (-10.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gothenburg: 900,000 TEU handled in 2012 (+1.5% yoy)
  • SMS: TransContainer: 1.48 mln TEU carried in 2012 (+8.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Tallinn: 227,809 TEU handled in 2012 (+15.2% yoy)
  • SMS: Kombiverkehr: 927,200 truckloads carried by rail in 2012 (-4.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Kaliningrad: 360,000 TEU handled in 2012 (+14.6% yoy)
  • SMS: 10.1 mln TEU in global container traffic in November 2012 (-4.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Kiel: 1.9 mln people in ferry & cruise traffic in 2012 (+2.2% yoy)
  • SMS: Denmark’s international roro & ferry traffic: 856,772 cargo units in I-IX 2012 (+1.4% yoy)
  • SMS: BCT Gdynia: 408,772 TEU handled in 2012 (+13% yoy)
  • SMS: Tallink: 19,694 cargo units carried in XII 2012 (-6.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Rail traffic in Sweden: 32.81 mln tn carried in H1 2012 (-5.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Kaliningrad: 310,111 TEU handled in I-X 2012 (+16.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Ust-Luga: 7,853 TEU handled in I-X 2012
  • SMS: TransContainer: 1.102 mln TEU carried in I-IX 2012 (+10.2% yoy)
  • SMS: DCT Gdańsk: 646,345 TEU handled in I-IX 2012 (+37.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Baltiysk: 11,676 people in pax traffic in 2011 (+61.4% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Rauma: 187,994 TEU handled in I-IX 2012 (+16.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Container traffic in Poland’s terminals: 1,065,203 TEU handled in I-VIII 2012 (+20.1% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gothenburg: 226,000 TEU handled in Q3 2012 (+4% yoy)
  • SMS: Tallink: 25,894 cargo units carried in X 2012 (+3.8% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Klaipėda: 28,935 TEU handled in X 2012 (+27.2% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Oulu: 36,390 TEU handled in I-X 2012 (+40.8% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Antwerp: 6,517,956 TEU handled in I-IX 2012 (-0.5% yoy)
  • SMS: Hapag-Lloyd: 3.96 mln TEU carried in I-IX 2012 (+2.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Hamburg: 6.7 mln TEU handled in I-IX 2012 (-0.6% yoy)
  • SMS: HHLA: 5.4 mln TEU handled in I-IX 2012 (+1.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Intermodal traffic in Poland: 765,342 TEU carried in I-IX 2012 (+37.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of HaminaKotka: 528,636 TEU handled in I-X 2012 (+3.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Riga: 304,867 TEU handled in I-X 2012 (+20.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Tallink: 96,083 cargo units carried in I-IV 2012 (+5.2% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Klaipėda: 21,634 cargo units handled in IV 2012 (-0.2%% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gothenburg: 139,000 cargo units handled in Q1 2012 (+0.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Sea Port of St. Petersburg: 224 thou. cargo units handled in Q1 2012 (+42% yoy)
  • SMS: Stena Line (Gdynia-Karlskrona): 80,922 cargo units carried in 2011 (+6.1% yoy)
  • SMS: Færgen: 90,405 trucks carried in 2011 (+11.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Viking Line: 114,795 cargo units carried in 2011 (+3.3% yoy)
  • SMS: CMP: 232,000 cargo units handled in 2011 (-0.4% yoy)
  • SMS: Szczecin-Świnoujście port complex: 14,049.5 TEU handled in Q1 2013 (-3.1% yoy)
  • SMS: In 2012, altogether 1,101,908 passengers embarked on a ferry journey between Sweden and Poland, more by 3.8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: From January to May 2013, the HaminaKotka port handled altogether 6.15 mln tn, noting an increase by 3.3% year-on-year.
  • SMS: At the same time, the total throughput of Ust-Luga port amounted to 23.83 mln tn, an increase by 55% in comparison to Jan.-May 2012 time period.
  • SMS: On the other hand, numbers of passengers departing on a journey via Tallink’s ferry network decreased by 2.6% year-on-year in the first half of 2013.
  • SMS: On the other hand, the port’s overall turnover decreased by 8.9% year-on-year to 12.6 mln tn in the January-May time period.
  • SMS: The fall in box handlings is attributed to decreases by 6.1% year-on-year in exports (65,970 TEU) and in domestic traffic (-79.3% to 1,364 TEU).
  • SMS: During the first half of 2013, imports of boxes at CTSP totalled 103,301 TEU (+57% year-on-year), while exports amounted to 94,626 TEU (+50% yoy).
  • SMS: Despite uneasy economic environment, the Swedish Port of Ystad marked an increase by 6.5% year-on-year in its overall turnover in H1 – to 1.58 mln tn.
  • SMS: On the other hand, the overall turnover of the Latvian Port of Riga decreased by 7.4% year-on-year to 17.4 mln tn during the first half of 2013.
  • SMS: With a total of 327,366 road consignments in unaccompanied combined transport, Hupac held approx. the volume of the previous year’s period.
  • SMS: The company has also returned to profitability in the Q2 of the current financial year thanks to substantial costs cuts and lower bunker prices.
  • SMS: The overall turnover of the one of Europe’s three biggest seaports totalled 95.7 mln tn in the first half of 2013, 2% more than last year.
  • SMS: On the other hand, the overall turnover in the Estonian capital port decreased by 4.1% year-on-year to 19.37 mln tn from January to August 2013.
  • SMS: Meanwhile, during the first eight months of 2013, the total turnover of the Latvian port contracted by 32.4% year-on-year to 3.13 mln tn.
  • SMS: Last year the container train service operated by Lithuanian Railways carried 361 TEU.
  • SMS: Last year the container train service operated by Lithuanian Railways carried 354 TEU.
  • SMS: Lithuanian Railways’ container train service goes from Klaipeda via Minsk, Kiev, to Odessa and IIyichevsk.
  • SMS: Container operations at Sweden’s capital port are provided by Container Terminal Frihamnen, operated by Hutchison Port Sweden.
  • SMS: Intermodal traffic in Poland: 832,988 TEU carried in I-IX 2013 (+7.5% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Ust-Luga: 47,808 TEU handled in I-X 2013 (+496% yoy)
  • SMS: Tallink: 22,285 cargo units carried in XII 2013 (+13.2% yoy)
  • SMS: Viking Line: 6.53 mln passengers carried in 2013 (+2.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Unity Line: 259,121 cargo units carried in 2013 (-1.8% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Ystad: 203,973 trucks & trailers handled in 2013 (+12.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Umeå: 23,000 TEU handled in 2013 (+40% yoy)
  • SMS: Wasaline: 153,000 passengers carried in 2013
  • SMS: BCT Gdynia: 394,478 TEU handled in 2013 (-3.5% yoy)
  • SMS: Rostock seaport: 424,089 cargo units handled in 2013 (-1% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Turku: 120,610 trucks & trailers handled in 2013 (+8.4% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gothenburg: 557,000 cargo units handled in 2013 (+4.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Hupac Intermodal: 656,877 road consignments by rail in 2013 (+1.7% yoy)
  • SMS: Kombiverkehr: 937,671 truckloads via rail in 2013 (+1.1% yoy)
  • SMS: Stena Line's Gdynia-Karlskrona link: 102,849 cargo units carried in 2013 (+18.4% yoy)
  • SMS: Big Port of St. Petersburg: 2,514,440 TEU handled in 2013 (-0.3% yoy)
  • SMS: Vilnius Shuttle: 10,697 TEU carried in 2013 (+168.4% yoy)
  • SMS: GCT Gdynia: 57,231 TEU handled in I-II 2014 (+24.9% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Klaipeda: 70,750 TEU handled in I-II 2014 (+12.5% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Gdańsk: 204,758 TEU handled in I-II 2014 (+10.1% yoy)
  • SMS: Port of Helsinki: 76,183 cargo units handled in I-II 2014 (+2.1% yoy)
  • SMS: Hapag-Lloyd: 5.5 mln TEU carried worldwide in 2013 (+4.6% yoy)
  • SMS: OOCL: 5.3 mln TEU carried worldwide in 2013 (+1.5% yoy)
  • SMS: Neva-Metall: 20,000 TEU handled in Q1 2014 (+40% yoy)
  • SMS: Total turnover of the Latvian port in Liepaja amounted to 1.42 mln tn (+4.8% year-on-year) in the first quarter of 2014.
  • SMS: Last year Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia handled altogether 394,478 TEU, down by 3.6% year-on-year.
  • SMS: However, container traffic in the Swedish port decreased by 6.9% year-on-year to 216 thou. 20-foot boxes during the first quarter of 2014.
  • SMS: Last year the Deepwater Container Terminal Gdańsk handled as much as 1.15 mln TEU, marking an increase by 28% year-on-year.
  • SMS: On the other hand, container traffic in the Lithuanian Port of Klaipeda is on the rise (+16% year-on-year) and totalled 110,611 TEU in Q1 2014.
  • SMS: In April 2014 alone, the Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia handled 41,281 TEU, marking an increase by 26.3% year-on-year.
  • SMS: On 22nd May, European Cargo Logistics' 'Ruhr Shuttle' service (Lübeck-Duisburg) celebrated its first year of operations.
  • SMS: Baltic feeder traffic from Hamburg noted an increase by 6.5% year-on-year, Russia being the main destination – 166,000 TEU (+4% yoy).
  • SMS: Last year the company carried as much as 80 thou. 20-foot containers, marking an increase by 90% year-on-year.
  • SMS: On the other hand, Kaliningrad's total turnover went down by 9.5% year-on-year to 4.55 mln tn in the January-April 2014 time period.
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, containerised fright amounted to 987.05 thou. tn during the first four months of 2014, an increase by 11.6% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The company's aim for 2014 is to improve the overall freight rate compared with the previous year.
  • SMS: The overall throughput of the seaports in Szczecin and Świnoujście amounted to 9.6 mln tn in the first five months of 2014 (+10.7% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Container turnover in Riga is also on the rise - altogether 154,342 TEU were handled during the first five months of 2014 (+2.1% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Provided the growth remains on the current level, the Gdynia Container Terminal expects to handle as much as 370 thou. TEU in 2014.
  • SMS: During the first six months of 2014, the Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia handled 46,698 TEU more than in the corresponding period last year.
  • SMS: At the same time, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik's terminals in Hamburg and Odessa increased their throughput by 2.4% year-on-year to 1.86 mln TEU.
  • SMS: At the same time, ro-ro traffic in HaminaKotka amounted to 10,864 cargo units, a decrease by 6.9% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The company dispatched 783 trains during the first half of 2014, i.e. as much as 75% of all shipments done in 2013.
  • SMS: The total throughput of Europe's largest port amounted to 221.15 mln tn in the first half of 2014, an increase by 0.6% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The Zürich-headquartered logistics company Kuehne + Nagel handled over 1.89 mln TEU worldwide, an increase by 143 thou. TEU in comparison to H1 2013.
  • SMS: At the same time, container handlings contracted by 8.4% year-on-year to 424 thou. TEU.
  • SMS: The container and ro-ro & general cargo terminals of the Klaipeda Container Terminal (KCT) stevedoring company handled altogether 1.9 mln tn in H1 2014 (+12% year-on-year).
  • SMS: The Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia expects to end this year with a dozen or so percent increase of container 20-foot volumes.
  • SMS: On the other hand, ro-ro traffic noted a drop in the first nine months of this year, by 3.8% year-on-year to 191,465 cargo units.
  • SMS: Exports of containers from the CT Saint-Petersburg noted an increase by 6% year-on-year to 150,600 TEU, of which 35% were laden boxes (+15% yoy).
  • SMS: During the first nine months of this year, the Polish Port Szczecin-Świnoujście handled altogether 17.48 mln tn, an increase by 4.5% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The turnover of ro-ro cargo in the Russian Port of Kaliningrad also noted a growth in the January-August time period, by 50% year-on-year to 1.1 mln tn.
  • SMS: During the three first quarters of 2014, the highest increase (+41.9% year-on-year) was noted in the carriage of cars, which totalled 61 thou. vehicles (pax cars not included).
  • SMS: The growth was driven by transport connections with the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, whilst transport links with Germany, Austria and Switzerland also contributed to the increase.
  • SMS: At the same time, the ferry operator carried a total of 5,089,760 passengers across its network, more by 1.8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: With 504,000 TEU (-5.7% year-on-year) in the January-September 2014 time period, Russia again cut out the biggest share in Hamburg's feeder traffic to/from the Baltic Sea region.
  • SMS: Container carriages in the third quarter of 2014 noted the highest increase - by 10.3% year-on-year to 3.2 mln TEU.
  • SMS: Total freight volumes at Turku also dropped - by 1.5% year-on-year to 2.4 mln tn, chiefly as a result of the 22.8% decrease in domestic traffic (117.4 thou. tn).
  • SMS: The highest increase was noted in April, 2014, when DCT Gdańsk handled 108,476 TEU, more by 22.6% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Exports totalled 611,493 TEU in the January-October 2014 time period (-2.4% year-on-year), whereas imports - 603,545 TEU (-3.3% yoy).
  • SMS: In 2013, the Klaipedos Smelte container terminal handled a total of 131,552 TEU, surpassed already in October, 2014.
  • SMS: Overall, KCT's terminals (container as well as ro-ro & other general cargo) handled 2.9 mln tn of freight, an advance by 12% year-on-year.
  • SMS: With exactly 6,610,146 passengers carried on board Viking Line's ferries last year, the company has set a new all-time pax record.
  • SMS: The Swedish Port of Ystad recorded its best result in pax traffic, adding also a new record in the number of pax cars handlings (491,927; + 2.8% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Box handlings at Hutchison Port Holdings' container terminal in Stockholm port rose for fifth year in a row and set its new yearly record.
  • SMS: In total, Gdańsk port handled 32.3 mln tn of cargo last year (general cargo and liquids accounting for more than two-thirds), an advance by 6.7% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In total, the Port of Helsinki handled as much as 10,826 thou. tn last year, an advance by 2.7% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Boxes handled via rail at the Gdynia Container Terminal amounted to 96 thou. TEU, an increase by 41.2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The Ust-Luga Container Terminal noted the highest rate of growth among EUROGATE's box terminals in 2014.
  • SMS: In addition, Stena Line transported 560,040 passengers across its Gdynia-Karlskrona ro-pax route, marking here an increase by 10% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In total, HHLA's seaport terminal in Hamburg handled 1.615 mln 20-foot boxes, noting an increase by 7.3% year-on-year in 2014.
  • SMS: In 2014, the Finish Port of Rauma beat its 2013 box record by handling approx. 19 thou. 20-foot containers more.
  • SMS: The shipping company carried also 2,388 thou. tn of other freight (not possible to measure in units), an advance by 6.2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The company also carried approx. 262.5 thou. tn of freight across its Umeå-Vaasa ro-pax service last year, an advance by 5% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, handlings of containerised freight rose in 2014 by 0.6% year-on-year to 1.3 mln tn.
  • SMS: However, this year's January results of the Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia totalled 33,202 20-foot boxes, advancing here by 6.2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: However, in terms of market share, tonnage and units carried (containers of any sort) as well as transport performance, the Polish intermodal business noted increases last year.
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, ferry traffic handled at the Swedish Ports of Trelleborg amounted to 9.4 mln tn, an increase by 4% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Out of the total volume trucks amounted to 345,667 units (+10.1% year-on-year), followed by trailers - 13,096 (+8.4% yoy) and railcars - 11,336 (+9.1% yoy).
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, the Swedish port in Karlskrona handled a total of 1.59 mln tn of ro-ro/ferry freight last year, marking an increase by 28.2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Measured in tonnes, ro-ro/ferry traffic handled at the Swedish Port of Oskarshamn totalled 310.5 thou. tn last year, an increase by 8.1% yoy.
  • SMS: The bulk of the final result, 2.18 mln TEU (-5.1% year-on-year), was handled by Global Ports' six Baltic sea container terminals.
  • SMS: The number of handled private cars also rose - by 8.1% year-on-year to 906 thou. vehicles.
  • SMS: Also the number of carried passengers and pax cars decreased, by 5.9% year-on-year and 1.7% yoy, to 1.79 mln and 211 thou., respectively.
  • SMS: As an effect, the Åland-based shipping company set its new historic pax record.
  • SMS: Also the number of handled trucks & trailers rose in Q1 2015 - by 3% year-on-year to altogether 123,632 cargo units.
  • SMS: The 'Nordö Link' ro-pax service of Finnlines between the two harbours in question offers three daily departures.
  • SMS: Despite drops in export, import and transit carriages of containers, the Russian intermodal rail company managed to increase its volumes.
  • SMS: Hupac's core market, the transalpine traffic, accounted for a total of 431,839 road consignments dispatched by rail last year (-0.1% year-on-year).
  • SMS: The world's third largest container carrier noted its new historic high by carrying a total of 12.2 mln 20-foot boxes worldwide, an increase by 8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In total, Belarusian Railway carried as much as 193,100 TEU in transit traffic via the country's railroads in 2014.
  • SMS: After merging with CSAV last year, Hapag-Lloyd's fleet total capacity totals now over 975 thou. TEU (with seven ships in the pipeline with 71,148 TEU).
  • SMS: On the other hand, HHLA's sea container terminals in Germany and Ukraine handled a total of 1.7 mln TEU, a decrease by 6.2% year-on-year in the period in question.
  • SMS: In total, Gdańsk port handled 10.6 mln tn during the first four months of this year, a decrease by 4.0% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In total, the Russian Baltic port in St. Petersburg handled during this year's first four months 17.1 mln tn of freight, a drop by 10.7% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, the Russian Baltic Port of Kaliningrad handled a total of 258.2 thou. tn of containerised good, a decrease by 41% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The ferry company's vessels also served more passengers during this year's first quarter, a total of 1,277,630 travellers (+3.5% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Container exports handled by the Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg during the first quarter of this year totalled 37.7 thou. TEU, a drop by 19% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The ferry company also served a total of 372,842 lane metres of cargo in the first half of 2015, noting here an increase by 1.5% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Liquids marked the biggest drop in Tallinn's H1 2015 turnover - by 30.6% year-on-year to 7.4 mln tn.
  • SMS: Despite the drop in TransContainer's overall container transportation volumes, the company's share in the Russian market rose in H1 2015 from 45.6% to 47%.
  • SMS: The Hong Kong-headquartered shipping company marked drops in container carriage across all of its main trade lanes in the January-June 2015 period.
  • SMS: During the first half of 2015, the shipping company also transported 74 thou. vehicles (excl. pax cars), an increase by 89.7% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Despite an increase by 20.5% year-on-year to 97,688 cargo units across Tallink’s main freight Estonia-Finland route, the total H1 2015 volume was pushed down by decreases on the remaining trades.
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, this year's first half containerised freight handlings at the Port of Kaliningrad went down by 39.4% year-on-year to 397.1 thou. tn.
  • SMS: Also ro-ro traffic advanced in Helsinki during this year's first seven months - by 2.4% year-on-year to altogether 294,936 trucks & trailers.
  • SMS: The 3.9% year-on-year drop in Q2 2015 (42,636 TEU) nibbled at the also 3.9% yoy increase in Q1 2015 (45,480 TEU).
  • SMS: On the other hand, HHLA's sea container facilities turnover decreased by 10% year-on-year in H1 2015 to a total of 3,404 thou. TEU.
  • SMS: The ferry company also carried less passengers in the reported period, noting a drop by 2% year-on-year to a total of 1,383.0 thou. travellers.
  • SMS: On the other hand, the number of passengers on-board the ferry company's ships decreased by 0.8% year-on-year to 2,939,696 travellers during this year's first half.
  • SMS: However, the Asia-Europe trade lane marked a drop by 4.2% year-on-year to 7.3 mln TEU during this year's first half.
  • SMS: The ferry company operates across seven services, six in the Baltic Sea, and one in the North Sea.
  • SMS: DCT handled 609,764 TEU in H1 2014, marking an increase of 6.8% comparing to H1 2013.
  • SMS: The total volume of freight hauled in the first seven months of the year reached 7.25 mln tn (-20% year-on-year).
  • SMS: In the same period, the port's total freight turnover decreased by 5.1% year-on-year to over 8.6 mln tn.
  • SMS: The 2015's first half figure is bigger by 29.4% year-on-year, but mainly due to Hapag-Lloyd's merger with CSAV.
  • SMS: Among the best box handling harbours in the Baltic, only the Danish Aarhus and the Finnish Helsinki managed to improve their this year's first half volumes.
  • SMS: The Baltic remains the largest among all Russian basins in terms of cargo handling output, overtaking Azov and Black Sea with 105.1 mln tn (+6.7% year-on-year) and Far Eastern Basin with 83 mln tn (+2.7% yoy).
  • SMS: On the Estonia-Finland route Tallink carried the most and noted the biggest rises – 1,443,227 passengers (+8.9% year-on-year), 50,578 cargo units (+15.3% yoy) and 247,613 passenger vehicles (+5.1% yoy).
  • SMS: In the reported period grains noted the biggest rise by 21.4% year-on-year to over 1.35 mln tn.
  • SMS: The total rail container transportation market in Russia fell by 8.2% year-on-year during the same period.
  • SMS: Transiidikeskuse, the operator of the Muuga Container Terminal, handled also 356.2 thou. tn of dry and break-bulk, noting here an increase by 26.8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: St. Petersburg's total January-September 2015 turnover also went down, by 16.0% year-on-year to 38.9 mln tn.
  • SMS: Containerized freight traffic at the Port of Helsinki, measured in tonnes, also rose by 5% year-on-year in the reported period to altogether 2.6 mln tn.
  • SMS: In total, the Neva-Metal stevedore, a subsidiary of the Russian steel company Severstal, handled 2.7 mln tn during this year's 10 months, noting an increase by 2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The total number of carried cars remained at the same level (+/-0% year-on-year), reaching 868,161 vehicles during the reported period.
  • SMS: In July, the ferry company hit its new pax record thanks to carrying a total of 945,343 travellers across its network, an increase by 2.2% when compared to July 2014.
  • SMS: On the other hand, the number of transported cargo units dropped over the January-September 2015 period by 2.9% year-on-year to altogether 472 thou.
  • SMS: Total freight volumes transported by the Estonian state-owned rail freight haulier during 2015's ten months were cut down by a quarter to a total of 9.6 mln tn.
  • SMS: The steepest H1 2015 decrease was noted by Global Ports' largest facility, St. Petersburg's First Container Terminal, down by 37.6% year-on-year to 304 thou. TEU.
  • SMS: In September, the amount of 20-foot boxes carried on-board vessels between Europe and Far East economies decreased by 6% year-on-year to 1.2 mln TEU.
  • SMS: The company carried in total 593 thou. TEU more during this year's first three quarters than in the corresponding period in 2014.
  • SMS: The bulk of Ruscon's container handlings takes place to/from the Black Sea Port of Novorossiysk - a total of 89,669 units during 2015's first three quarters (+6.8% year-on-year).
  • SMS: On the other hand, the number of passengers as well as pax cars carried by the ferry company rose during last year.
  • SMS: With exactly 6,568,684 travellers on-board the company's ferries, Viking Line's pax traffic slightly decreased by 0.6% year-on-year over last year's 12 months.
  • SMS: The ferry company, sailing between the Kvarken ports of Umeå and Vaasa in the Gulf of Bothnia, hit in 2015 its new freight as well as pax records.
  • SMS: The Baltic Container Terminal Gdynia of the ICTSI handled also 10,639 vehicles last year, as well as around 300 thou. tn of various project cargo.
  • SMS: Alike its vis-à-vis competitor, Hutchison's Gdynia Container Terminal also noted a double digit drop in the number of 20-footers handled in 2015.
  • SMS: In total, the Polish ports in Szczecin and Świnoujście made jointly 23.17 mln tn in 2015, noting a minimal decrease by 1.0% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In 2015, the Swedish Port of Ystad set its new historic records in passenger traffic as well as in the number of handled cars.
  • SMS: In the Baltic, the EUROGATE Group operates the Ust-Luga Container Terminal, which made last year a total of 85,871 TEU (-17.0% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Out of the total pax traffic, cruise ships brought a record number of 458,152 travellers to/from Kiel in 2015, noting an increase by 29.4% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Translating into 20-foot containers, the Frankfurt-based company carried 1.96 mln TEU last year.
  • SMS: Overall, the Russian Kaliningrad port made 12.71 mln tn last year, a decrease by 8.5% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In total, the ports of Stockholm, Kapellskär and Nynäshamn made 8.34 mln tn last year, noting an increase by 3.8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In addition, the shipping company carried in 2015 some 2,032 thou. tn of various freight not measured in units, less by 12.4% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Last year was a mixed one for the operator of the Baltic biggest container terminal, with downs as deep as April's -39.8% year-on-year, to December's up by 16.4% yoy.
  • SMS: St. Petersburg's overall cargo turnover also contracted in the first month of 2016, by 9.6% year-on-year to altogether 3.68 mln tn.
  • SMS: In 2015, the Russian ferry company noted another year-on-year decrease in their pax traffic.
  • SMS: Altogether 745,341 cargo units were carried across the Polish rail network in 2015, an increase by 6.5% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Despite major decreases in container traffic across Baltic's eastern shores, especially in Russia, the Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg managed to increase its 2015 handlings.
  • SMS: The number of passengers served by the Finnish ferry company also rose last year – by 2.6% year-on-year to a total of 3.1 mln travellers.
  • SMS: As of January 1st, 2015, the company is part of the Ocean Three Alliance with CSCL (today's COSCON) and UASC, while in July CMA CGM incorporated OPDR into its portfolio.
  • SMS: The Group's Baltic Russia sea box facilities made a total of nearly 1.21 mln TEU last year, marking a decrease by 37.4% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Containerized freight measured in tonnes also rose in January, 2016, by 11.3% year-on-year to 70 thou. tn.
  • SMS: In total, HaminaKotka's Q1 2016 freight turnover amounted to 3.46 mln tn, noting an increase by 5.1% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Last year, the Hamburg-based shipping line, active also in the dry bulk and liquids markets, increased its TEU fleet capacity by 16% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Despite double-digit drops in January and February, the Klaipedos Smelte Container Terminal managed to advance its container traffic in Q1 2016.
  • SMS: In total, the Port of Helsinki's Q1 2016 freight turnover amounted to 2.84 mln tn, noting an increase by 1.3% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Exports amounted to 9,010 cargo units (+9.9% year-on-year), while imports totalled 8,565 trucks & trailers (+4.0% yoy).
  • SMS: The whole overland (rail & road) transport division of HHLA carried 341 thou. TEU during this year's first three months, noting here an increase by 2.4% year-on-year.
  • SMS: On the other hand, the Ukrainian port's total freight throughput went down by 5.7% year-on-year to 6.15 mln tn in the first quarter of this year.
  • SMS: Meanwhile, Hapag-Lloyd together with five other container carriers are forming a new cooperation initiative called THE Alliance.
  • SMS: Within the first four months of this year, the Estonian port's total cargo traffic also decreased - by 15% year-on-year to 7.09 mln tn.
  • SMS: Port of Oslo: 195,460 TEU handled in 2015 (-8.1% yoy)
  • SMS: On the other hand, the number of cargo units transported by the company's ferries decreased by 3.9% year-on-year in the reported period to a total of 33,152.
  • SMS: On the other hand, Riga's total freight turnover contracted by 10% year-on-year in the reported period to a total of almost 15.51 mln tn.
  • SMS: March and May saw the most rapid increases in this year's Smelte's container handlings, year-on-year ups by 33.5% and 38.6%, respectively.
  • SMS: In terms of tonnage, containerized freight handled in St. Petersburg port totalled 8.58 mln tn in the January-May 2016 period, noting an increase by 3.2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The company carried also 531,332 pax cars (+4.2% year-on-year) in the reported period, while nearly 4.38 mln travelers boarded one of the company's ferries (+5.5% yoy).
  • SMS: Domestic traffic rose the most over the first six months of 2016 - by 9.1% year-on-year to 411.9 thou. TEU.
  • SMS: In the reported period, the Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg's export traffic amounted to 157.9 thou. TEU (+79% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Helsinki's H1 2016 container traffic rose even more - by 8.1% year-on-year to altogether 229,996 TEU.
  • SMS: The Danish port noted a 10.9% year-on-year increase in its throughout to a total of 4.22 mln tn in the first half of this year.
  • SMS: At the same time, as much as 3.1 mln tn of various cargo went through Kiel's quays, an increase by 1.8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Despite subdued economic growth in many parts of the world, the container major succeeded in stabilising its transport volumes.
  • SMS: At the same time, however, HHLA container terminals' volumes continued to decline - overall by 5.7% year-on-year to 3,209 thou. TEU.
  • SMS: The company's transalpine traffic via Switzerland rose the most during this year's first half - by 20.2% year-on-year to 231,793 road consignments carried on rails.
  • SMS: At the same time, a total of 2,900,796 travellers boarded the company's ferries, down by 1.3% year-on-year.
  • SMS: At the same time, the company (incl. Birka Cruises) served 1.4 mln passengers, more by 2% year-on-year
  • SMS: In total, the terminals of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, Bulgaria, and Georgia handled 1,222,326 TEU over this year's first six months.
  • SMS: In addition, the Swedish port handled 30.1% more cars than in the corresponding period last year, totalling 121 thou. vehicles.
  • SMS: In addition, the Swedish port handled 177 thou. cars in the reported period, noting here an increase by 24.6% year-on-year.
  • SMS: At the same time, the company welcomed on-board its vessels 484 thou. private and commercial passengers, noting here an increase by 6.8% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The Latvian Port of Riga handled also more ro-ro cargo units in the reported period - by 0.1% year-on-year to a total of 54,034 trucks and trailers.
  • SMS: A total of 570,618 TEU were imported (+6.6% year-on-year), whereas 570,126 TEU were exported (+6.8% yoy) through quays of Finland's ports in the January-September 2016 period.
  • SMS: On the other hand, total freight traffic served by Ukraine's ports went down by 8.3% year-on-year over the reported period to a total of 120.71 mln tn.
  • SMS: The shipping company closed the year with other positive results as well - the number of carried cargo units went up by 6.5% year-on-year to 328,190, while pax cars by 4.2% yoy to 1,167,495.
  • SMS: Also, the number of passengers that boarded one of the ferry company's ships slightly decreased - by 1.0% year-on-year to a total of 6,502,191.
  • SMS: Last year, the Finnish port also handled more ro-ro cargo units than in 2015 - by 12.3% year-on-year, totalling 14,929.
  • SMS: Riga's 2016 ro-ro traffic also increased - by 2.4% year-on-year to altogether 64,177 trucks and trailers.
  • SMS: Helsinki's 2016 container traffic rose as well - by 4.8% year-on-year to altogether 451,266 TEU.
  • SMS: In total Rostock's seaport made 26.85 mln tn last year, noting an increase by 7.1% year-on-year, as well as marking its second best result ever (record 27.2 mln tn was made in 2008).
  • SMS: The terminal cracked positive results throughout each and every of 2016's months, hitting as much as +76.7% year-on-year in April, whilst the record number of boxes last year (123,783 TEU) was made in September.
  • SMS: Measured in tonnes, Kaliningrad's 2016 box traffic amounted to 945.5 thou. tn, noting an increase by 1.3% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In addition, as much as 114,517 ferry travellers went through Ventspils' quays in 2016, more by 8.9% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Measured in tonnes, St. Pete's container traffic rose last year by 4.9% year-on-year to 20.81 mln tn.
  • SMS: With 3,175,611 TEU (+5.9% year-on-year), the Intra-Asia/Australasia trade lane proved to be the strongest in OOCL's network last year.
  • SMS: Over half of the company's 2016 container handlings were made by its German facilities, summing up to 8,234,357 TEU (+/-0.0% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Out of over 10.17 mln travellers going through Tallinn's quays in 2016, as much as 509.7 thou. came/left on-board cruise ships (+1.1% year-on-year).
  • SMS: In addition, the Swedish port took care of 246.0 thou. new cars last year, an increase by 15% year-on-year, and the highest figure since the 2008 financial crisis.
  • SMS: When TEU-converted, the German rail freight haulier carried as much as 1.97 mln 20-footers last year.
  • SMS: The company's transalpine route via Switzerland proved to be the strongest trade lane last year, noting an increase by 19.4% year-on-year to a total of 450,862 road shipments by rail.
  • SMS: At the same time, the company's intermodal road division carried 0.3 mln TEU, rising by 2.9% year-on-year.
  • SMS: With nearly 1.68 mln 20-foot boxes (+12% year-on-year), domestic routes accounted for over a half of Russia's container transports carried across the country's railways.
  • SMS: In total, the Danish Port of Hirtshals made 1.81 mln tn last year, noting an increase by 2.3% year-on-year.
  • SMS: The Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg noted its new all-time high last year, increasing its share in the Russian Baltic box port market up to 30%.
  • SMS: When TEU-converted, a total of 1,436,324 twenty-foot boxes were carried across Polish railways last year, more by 24.7% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Adding the Multi-Link Terminals in Helsinki and Kotka, the company's total sea container traffic in the Baltic amounted last year to 1.17 mln TEU (-21.0% year-on-year).
  • SMS: "The key areas of focus for us in 2017 will be the launch of our new alliance as of April 1st, and the rapid and seamless integration of UASC," Rolf Habben Jansen, Hapag-Lloyd's CEO, said.
  • SMS: The double-digit spike in the company's container carriages stems from the integration of NOL's business as of June 14th, 2016.
  • SMS: Stockholm's 2016 container traffic rose as well - by 6.7% year-on-year to 54,650 TEU.
  • SMS: Weighted in tonnes, wheeled cargo going through Helsinki increased even more - by 15% year-on-year to 1,820,232 tn in the reported period.
  • SMS: At the same time, the Finnish ports handled over 3.45 mln tn, slightly less than in the corresponding period last year (-0.2% year-on-year).
  • SMS: Also Riga's ro-ro traffic was one the rise in 2017's first quarter, totalling 15,121 cargo units (+12.1% year-on-year).
  • SMS: When measured in tonnes, containerised freight handled at the Estonian capital port rose as well - by 9.8% year-on-year to 464.2 thou. tn in the reported period.
  • SMS: In total, almost 5.06 mln tn were made in Gdynia over the course of this year's first three months, an increase by 7.2% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Out of the total number, trucks and trailers amounted to 227,495 units (+12.6% year-on-year), whereas railcars added the remaining 9,184 (-13.3% yoy).
  • SMS: Measured in tonnes, Gdańsk's containerised freight rose even more over 2017's first quarter - by 7.0% year-on-year to 3,414.4 thou. tn.
  • SMS: Additionally, the shipping company transported 310 thou. tn of non-unitized cargo in the reported period, noting here a decrease by 16.0% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Measured in tonnes, containerised freight traffic at St. Petersburg port rose even more over 2017's first quarter - by 7.1% year-on-year to 5.41 mln tn.
  • SMS: Also more passengers boarded the shipping line's ferries in the reported period - up by 3.4% year-on-year to a total of 4,526,817 travellers.
  • SMS: In total, the Finnish port made over 1.16 mln tn over the course of 2017's first five months, noting an increase by 15.45% year-on-year.
  • SMS: In total, the two Finnish seaports made nearly 7.12 mln tn over the course of 2017's first half, noting an increase by 4.7% year-on-year.
  • SMS: Riga's container traffic also noted a double-digit increase in the first half of this year - by 14% year-on-year to 208,107 TEU.
  • SMS: Measured in tonnes, the volume of containerised freight handled at the Finnish port rose by 3.1% year-on-year in the reported period to over 1.11 mln tn.

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