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Far Eastern Railway reduced loading volume by 5%
At the stations of the Far Eastern Railway, over 7 months of 2014, more than 27 million 49 thousand tons of cargo were shipped, which is 5% lower than last year, the press service of the company reports.
The average daily loading volume was 127,7 thousand tons. Thanks to the active work carried out by the management of the Far Eastern Railway to improve freight transportation services, the volume of loading continues to grow in such nomenclatures as oil products - 6,4 million tons (+ 2,4%), timber cargo - 2 million 551 thousand tons ( + 14,8%), ferrous scrap - 134 thousand tons (+ 17%), ferrous metal - 440,5 thousand tons (+ 47,1%), cement - 684,1 thousand tons (+ 6,3, XNUMX%).
On average, the daily unloading volume from January to July inclusive amounted to 5560 cars, which is 7,6% higher than the corresponding figure of 2013 of the year (5170 cars).
Since the beginning of this year, the operational cargo turnover has amounted to over 103 billion t-km, which is 13,3% more than in the same period last year.
In July 2014, more than 3 million 992 thousand tons of cargo were loaded at the stations of the Far Eastern Railway. The average daily unloading volume is 5454 wagons.