Maritime Transportation from cis countries Vitaliy Smilyk


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Maritime Transportation from CIS Countries

  • Vitaliy Smilyk

  • Head of Maritime Research Department, Metal Expert




Report`s structure:



Part 1 Main cargoes handled in ports of CIS and Baltic States

  • -         coal (83mt);

  • -         steel (57mt);

  • -         fertilizers (38mt);

  • -         grain (25mt);

  • -         iron ore (18mt);

  • -         timber (16.5mt);

  • -         construction cargoes (10.5mt incl. 5mt of clay);



Demand for vessels for cargo transportation from CIS



Coal

  • Baltic Sea ports – 31.5mt

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 21.8mt

  • Far East ports – 18.3mt

  • Northern ports – 11.2mt



Steel

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 38mt

  • Baltic Sea ports – 8.3mt

  • Caspian Sea ports – 5.5mt

  • Far East ports – 4.8mt



Fertilizers

  • Baltic Sea ports – 20mt

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 14mt

  • Northern ports – 2.8mt

  • Far East ports – 1mt



Grains

  • Traditionally, main volumes of grain cargoes are shipped from Azov and Black Sea ports (20mt in 2007). Ports of Baltic Sea basin worked 6.1mt.



Iron ore

  • Ports of Black Seas handled 17mt of iron ore in 2007, while Baltic and Northern ports – only 1mt.

  • Kovdor GOK is boosting iron ore transportation through Murmansk; above 1mt will be shipped from this port in 2008.



Timber

  • Baltic Sea ports – 7.8mt

  • Far East ports – 4.5mt

  • Northern and Caspian ports – 0.5mt each



Construction cargoes (including clay)

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 8.5mt

  • Baltic Sea ports – 2mt



Scrap

  • Last year, CIS and Baltic ports handled some 9mt of scrap: Baltic Sea ports – above 4mt; Azov and Black Sea ports – some 3-4mt; Far Eastern ports – 1mt.



Pig iron

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 4.7mt

  • Far East ports – 1.1mt

  • Baltic Sea ports – 1mt

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Sulphur

  • Main volumes of sulphur exported from CIS are handled in Azov and Black Sea ports – 6.5mt out of total 7mt.



Nonferrous metal ores

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 3mt

  • Far East ports – 1mt



Nonferrous metal

  • Baltic Sea ports – 1.7mt

  • Azov and Black Sea ports – 1.5mt

  • Far East ports – 0.8mt



Sugar

  • Ports of CIS and Baltic States handled above 4mt of sugar (incl. export and import). Main volumes were shipped from Azov and Black Sea ports (3.5mt).



Summary

  • 1 part



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling coal:

  • Vostochny Port – 16mt

  • Murmansk SMP – 11.2mt

  • Riga Free Port – 10.5mt

  • Rosterminalugol (Ust-Luga) – 6mt

  • Yuzhny SMP – 4mt

  • Tallinn Port – 3.7mt

  • Mariupol SMP – 3.7mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling steel:

  • Mariupol SMP – 8.4mt

  • Odessa SMP – 5.8mt

  • Novorossiysk Sea Merchant Port (SMP) – 5.3mt

  • Port of Saint Petersburg – 4.3mt

  • Nakhodka SMP – 3.6mt

  • Illyichevsk SMP – 3.3mt

  • Astrakhan Ports – 3.2mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling fertilizers:

  • Port of Saint Petersburg – 6.5mt

  • Klaipeda State Sea Port – 5.3mt

  • Yuzhny SMP – 3.6mt

  • Ventspils Free Port – 3.3mt

  • Transinvestservice (Yuzhny SMP) – 2.1mt

  • Murmansk SMP – 2.1mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling grain:

  • Novorossiysk Sea Merchant Port (SMP) – 6mt

  • Rostov Port– 2.4mt

  • Odessa SMP – 2.2mt

  • Transinvestservice (Yuzhny SMP) – 1.7mt

  • Special Economic Zone Liepaya– 1.2mt

  • Klaipeda State Sea Port – 1.2mt

  • Azov Sea Port (SP) – 1.1mt

  • Kherson SMP – 1mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling iron ore:

  • Yuzhny SMP – 4.5mt

  • Izmail SMP – 3.1mt

  • Illyichevsk SMP – 2.7mt

  • TIS-Ruda (Yuzhny SMP) – 1.2mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling timber:

  • Riga Free Port – 3mt

  • Khabarovsk Territory Ports – 2.8mt

  • Port of Saint Petersburg – 2.5mt

  • Novorosleseksport – 2mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling construction cargoes:

  • Mariupol SMP – 3.3mt (clay)

  • Kherson SMP – 1.7mt

  • Feodosiya SMP – 1mt (clay)

  • Klaipeda State Sea Port – 1mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling scrap:

  • Port of Saint Petersburg – 2.5mt

  • Rostov Port -1mt

  • Esteve (Tallinn) – 0.7mt

  • Klaipeda State Sea Port – 0.6mt

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Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling pig iron:

  • Yuzhny SMP – 1.8mt

  • Nakhodka SMP – 1mt

  • Odessa SMP – 0.6mt

  • Kaliningrad Sea Fishing Port – 0.6mt



Largest ports of CIS and the Baltics handling sulphur:

  • Buzan-port – 1.9mt

  • Kerch SMP (roads) – 1.6mt

  • Mariupol SMP – 1.1mt

  • Ust-Donetsk SMP – 1mt



Part 2 Largest cargo owners of Russia and Ukraine and ports they work with  



Russia’s exporters Coal



Russia’s exporters Coal



Ukraine’s exporters Coal



Russia’s exporters Steel semi products



Russia’s exporters Steel semi products



Russia’s exporters Steel semi products



Ukraine’s exporters Steel semi products



Ukraine’s exporters Steel semi products



Russia’s exporters Finished steel products



Russia’s exporters Finished steel products



Ukraine’s exporters Finished steel products



Ukraine’s exporters Finished steel products



Russia’s exporters Fertilizers



Ukraine’s exporters Fertilizers



Russia’s exporters Iron ore



Ukraine’s exporters Iron ore



Russia’s exporters Pig iron



Ukraine’s exporters Pig iron



Russia’s largest grain exporters in 2006-2007



Ukraine`s largest grain exporters in 2006-2007



Part 3 Major destinations of Russian and Ukrainian exports



Russian coal exports in 2007



Ukrainian coal exports in 2007



Russian steel semis exports in 2007



Russian finished product exports in 2007



Ukrainian steel semis exports in 2007



Ukrainian finished product exports in 2007



Russian fertilizers exports in 2007



Ukrainian fertilizers exports in 2007



Geography of Russian grain deliveries in 2006/07 MY



Geography of Ukrainian grain deliveries in 2006/07 MY



Iron ore

  • Ukraine and Russia – 11mt of iron ore to China



Pig iron

  • Russian - 2mt of pig iron to the USA



Part 4 Freight markets of the CIS and Baltic countries



Azov-Black Sea Basin



Freight rates for 70,000-tonne shipment of iron ore concentrate from Yuzhny port to northern Chinese ports, $/t



Traffic handling cost of 70,000-tonne shipment of iron ore concentrate from Yuzhny Port to northern Chinese ports, $/t



Freight rates for 3,000-tonne shipment of steel scrap from Rostov-on-Don to Marmora Sea ports, $/t.



Traffic handling cost of 3,000-tonne shipment of steel scrap from Rostov-on-Don to Marmora Sea ports, $/t



Freight rates for 3,000-tonne shipment of grain from Azov to Alexandria, $/t



Traffic handling costs of 3,000-tonne shipment of grain (Azov- Alexandria), $/t



Baltic and Northern Sea basin



Freight rates for 70,000-tonne shipment of coal from Murmansk to Liverpool, $/t



Freight rates for 3,000-tonne shipment of steel products on route Saint Petersburg – eastern British ports, €/t



Handling cost of 3,000-tonne steel product shipment (Saint Petersburg – eastern British ports), €/t



Freight rates for 3,000-tonne steel scrap shipment (Saint Petersburg – northern Spanish ports), €/t



Handling cost for 3,000-tonne shipment of steel scrap shipment (Saint Petersburg – northern Spanish ports), €/t



The Caspian Sea



Freight rates for 3,000-tonne shipment of steel products from Astrakhan to Anzali, $/t



Traffic handling cost of 3,000-tonne shipment of steel products from Astrakhan to Anzali, $/t



Far Eastern basin



Freight rates for 70,000-tonne shipment of coal from Vostochny to Japan, $/t



Freight rates for 3,000m3 shipment of plank timber from Nakhodka to the western ports of Japan, $/m3



Traffic handling costs of 3,000m3 shipment of plank timber from Nakhodka to the western ports of Japan, $/m3



Conclusion






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