The Chornomorsk seaport handled a total of 1.248 million tons of cargoes in January 2017, when it processed 57 ships and 10,356 railcars, according to data from the Chornomorsk port authority.
The volume of cargo handled by the state operator at the Chornomorsk seaport accounted for 26.6% of the total volume of cargo handled by all the operators in the port. Private operators handled 916,000 tons or 73.4% of the total volume.
Following is the breakdown of the cargo handling volume by operators at the seaport:
- the state operator Chornomorsk Seaport State Enterprise handled 332,000 tons;
- JV Transbulkterminal handled 363,000 tons;
- LLC Ilyichevsk Grain Terminal handled 289,000 tons;
- Trans Service handled 83,000 tons;
- LLC Risoil Terminal handled 55,000 tons;
- LLC Olir Resources handled 79,000 tons;
- LLC Fram Shipping Agency handled 27,000 tons;
- PJSC Illichivsk Fuel Terminal handled 15,000 tons;
- the Black Sea Stevedoring Company handled 5,000 tons.
The port handled 1,096,000 tons of export cargoes (an increase of 18% compared with the same period of 2016), 136,000 tons of import cargoes (a decrease of 61.2% compared with the same period of 2016), and 16,000 tons of transit cargoes (12.6% of last year’s volume).
The port also handled 915,000 tons of bulk cargoes (91.2% of last year’s volume), 161,000 tons of liquid bulk cargoes (91% of last year’s volume), and 172,000 tons of general cargoes (a decrease of 22.2% compared with the same period of 2016).
The volume of grain handling at the port increased by 15.7% to 664,000 tons in January, compared with January 2016.
As the CFTS earlier reported, the Olvia seaport (Mykolaiv region) increased cargo handling 1.9-fold to 554,000 tons in January, compared to the same period of last year, according to data from the Ukrainian Ports Authority.