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8th International Conference "FREIGHT-2011: Container Transportation in Russia and the Neighbouring States"

8th International Conference "FREIGHT-2011: Container Transportation in Russia and the Neighbouring States"

December 1-2, Saint-Petersburg, Russia





Conference special topics:

·         Baltic: Deep Sea, New Terminal Capacities, New Services, Newcomers

·         Black Sea: New Projects in Novorossiysk, Sochi, Taman

·         Financing Container Related Projects under the Threat of a New Recession

·         Port-Centric Logistics, Sustainability and Green Technologies in Logistics

·         Customs Union of Russia, Belorussia and Kazakhstan: New Rules, Border Congestion, Controversy of Origin

·         Balticsize: Container Ships to Be Deployed in the Baltic

·         Ice Conditions: Meteorological Forecast for Winter 2011-2012 

Among speakers: representatives of FSUE Rosmorport, Gulftainer Co Ltd, Ust-Luga Company JSC, DCT Gdansk S.A. (Deepwater Container Terminal Gdansk), Port of Rotterdam, Federal Customs Service, Hydrometeorological Centre of Russia, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Details >>

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National Container Company, the long-standing leader in the Russian container market, in H1 2011 lost its position as Number 1 to Global Ports. The new market leader, incorporating two terminals in St. Petersburg and one in the Far East, grew in January-June 2011 71% year-on-year.

Download pdfNCC, which now has only one port terminal in operation left (namely, FCT), handled 1.9% more than in H1 2010. Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port Group ranks as Russia’s third largest container operator with a 54% growth year-on-year.

Nevertheless, the three largest holdings’ aggregate share in the Russian port handled volume decreased from 79% in 2010 to 75.4% in H1 2011. Global Ports’ market share makes 31.9% against 27% in 2010. The share of NCC in H1 2011 is down to 28.5% from 38% in 2010. Novorossiysk accounts for 15% against 14% in 2010.

In H1 last year NCC controlled 36.7%, Global Ports 24.4%, and Novorossiysk 12.9% of the Russian seaborne container traffic, together the three major holdings accounted for 74% of the market.

Global Ports has been able to get ahead of NCC only thanks to the results of its Vostochny Stevedoring Co in the Far East. Even if NCC had not sold the 50% they held in Novorossiysk based NUTEP, they would have still slid to the second position. However, at St. Petersburg NCC remains the top player as the results of their FCT exceed by far those of Petrolesport and Moby Dick put together.

In SeaNews’ estimation, the aggregate container throughput of Russia’s port terminals in H1 2011 was about 2.1 mn TEU, 31% above the January-June 2010 results.

If the high season expectations come true, the container throughput of Russia’s port terminal may come up to 4.45 mn TEU in 2011.

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