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Growth in cargo transportation by JSC "Russian Railways"

According to the news agency Tmarket, in January-November 2012 cargo transportation by JSC "Russian Railways" rose by 3.5% compared to the same period last year and amounted to 1.321 billion tons.

The internal rail freight increased by 2.8% to 802.04 million tons, and international rail freight – by 4.7% to 518.6 million tons, including through border crossings – by 2.8% to 292.1 million tons, through ports – by 7.3% to 226.4 million tons.

Import in cargo transportation by rail increased by 5% to 108.3 million tons, export – by 3.9% to 379.2 million tons, transit – by 14.6% to 31.1 million tons.

Results of cargo transportation by the Russian Railways in 2012

In 2012, the Russian Railways’ network loaded 1271.9 m tons of freight, 2.4% more than during 2011.

The railways shipped the following freight (figures in brackets show the change compared to 2011):

coal – 307.6 m tons (+3.9%);

coke – 12.7 m tons (-2.0%);

oil and petroleum products – 258.2 m tons (+3.3%);

iron and manganese ores – 110.0 m tons (-0.8%);

ferrous metals – 73.4 m tons (-0.2%);

ferrous metal scrap – 18.0 m tons (-10.7%);

chemical and mineral fertilizers – 45.1 m tons (-3.1%);

cement – 35.0 m tons (+1.3%);

timber – 36.2 m tons (-10.8%);

grain and milled products – 20.4 m tons (+1.7%);

construction materials – 180.4 m tons (+14.4%);

non-ferrous ores and sulphur feedstock – 22.2 m tons (-6.4%);

chemicals and soda – 28.0 m tons (-2.6%);

industrial raw materials and moulded materials – 35.6 m tons (+5.2%).

Freight turnover in 2012 amounted to 2222.0 billion tariff ton-km (+4.4%), while freight turnover including empty wagon runs was 2782.2 billion ton-km (+2.9%).

Reduction of shipping through the port of Klaipeda in 2012

According to the news agency TransportMarket, the total volume of cargo shipping by sea through the port of Klaipeda in 2012 compared with the previous year decreased by 3.9% to 43.758 million tons.

During the reporting period, shipping of liquid cargoes decreased by 6.1% to 18.746 million tons, bulk cargoes - by 3.2% to 4.06 million tons, general cargoes - by 0.7% to 10.952 million tons.

In December last year the volume of shipping through the port increased by 6.3% to 3.75 million tons. In particular, there was an increase of 6.7% to 1.628 million tons in shipping of liquid cargoes, of 10.5% to 1.239 million tons - bulk cargoes, of 0.3% to 878,700 tons - general cargoes, of 14,6% to 4.574 thousand TEU - containers. However, transportation of rolling cargoes decreased by 10.2% to 345,900 tons.

Results of cargo transportation by container trains on the Belarusian Railways in 2012

In 2012, all container trains on the Belarusian Railways transported 261,000 TEU, which is 16,6% more than during the previous year.

Two new projects for cargo container trains were organized in 2012: the Belarusian Railways began to run container train along the route Giengen (Germany)-Brest-Moscow-Giengen and container train with components for assembling Ford cars along the route Terespol (Poland)-Brest-Yelabuga (Russia)-Terespol.

In total to date the Belarusian Railways runs regularly 11 container trains.

Growth of shipping through the ports of Russia in 2012

According to the news agency TransportMarket, shipping of cargoes through the ports of Russia in 2012 increased compared to 2011 by 5.6% to 565.5 million tons.

In particular, transportation of dry cargoes increased by 7.3% to 251.7 million tons. The positive trend was recorded in shipping of the following cargoes: coal - 13.9% to 89.2 million tons, cargo in containers - 8.3% to 42.7 million tons, ferrous metals - 4.8% to 25,6 million tons, grain - 23.3% to 24 million tons, cargo on ferries - 6.1% to 8.3 million tons, non-ferrous metals - 2% to 4.2 million tons. However, there was a decrease in shipping of the following items: mineral fertilizers - 17% to 10.4 million tons, ore - 10.6% to 7.2 million tons, timber - 3.9% to 5,9 million tons, refrigerated goods - 14.1% to 3.9 million tons, scrap metal - 3.2% to 3.7 million tons.

Shipping of liquid cargoes in the above-mentioned period increased by 4.3% to 313.8 million tons, including oil products - by 8% to 114 million tons, oil - by 1.8% to 197 million tons.

Transportation of export cargoes through the ports of Russia increased by 8.9% to 446.2 million tons, import cargoes - by 6.2% to 47.4 million tons. At the same time, shipping of transit cargoes reduced by 18.4% to 40.2 million tons.