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The port of Eastern Primorsky Krai became one of the five largest in Russia

According to the information and analytical agency SeaNews, the port Vostochny, located in Primorsky Krai, entered the list of the five largest Russian ports in terms of cargo transshipment. This is the only Far Eastern port that entered the top 5 of Russia.

In four months of 2014, a total of 18,1 million tons of cargo passed through East. This figure is 14,7% more than last year.

He led the rating of SeaNews Novorossiysk: its cargo turnover amounted to 41,2 million tons, exceeding the result of 9,9 of the year by 2013%. This year Ust-Luga became the second largest transshipment volume among Russian ports. In the month of 4, 23 million tons of cargo passed through the berths of Ust-Luga, which exceeds the similar indicator of last year by 23,5%. Primorsk, on the contrary, reduced its turnover by 17,8% and shipped 19,1 million tons. Almost the same amount passed the Big Port of St. Petersburg (19,09 million tons and + 9,9%), which is fourth in the ranking.

In total, according to the results of January - April 2014, 197,8 million tons of cargo passed through the seaports of the Russian Federation - more than in the same period last year, by 6,2%.

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