Baltic Yearbook 2015/16
Publication date: 2016-10-27
Our 184-page long 4-in-1 publication gathers in one handy place our detailed market analysis on the Baltic port, ro-ro & ferry, containers, as well as dry- and liquid- bulk markets.
After the summer of fruitful hours of hard work has passed, we are pleased to announce that the Baltic Yearbook 2015/16 has been released, and is available in printed BTJ subscription.
Baltic Yearbook 2015/16 highlights:
- Universal Cargo Unit (UCU) - ro-ro & ferry and TEU volumes brought under one common denominator
- Total seaport freight volumes in 2015 - flat, uneven, and obscured by transit relations
- Increases in ro-ro & ferry traffic compensating for container turnover slumps (in some countries at least)
- Ro-ro & ferry and container feeder & shortsea fleets - stable as never before
- Baltic port-trade relations - mirroring the economy in three different ways
- BSR economic developments - today, and in the near future
- Global bulk markets and the Baltic - crude oil, oil products, coal, iron ore, and grains
The publication in numbers:
- 184 pages
- 4 yearbooks in one publication
- 9 BSR countries in numerous tables and charts
- 36 maps of shipping operators and 12 maps of regular trailer/kombi rail operators
- 10 annexes with precise port, ro-pax, containers, dry- and liquid- bulk data
- 108 regular ro-ro & ferry services
- 20 maps with feeder & short sea services
- 6 maps of ocean services
- 32 maps of rail operators
- 96 Baltic Sea region ports' statistics
- and many more.
The Baltic Yearbook 2015/16 goes hand-in-hand with the regularly updated ro-ro & ferry, container, as well as rail (container & kombi) network which is available on our free & interactive portal at www.baltictransportmaps.com.
The latest Yearbook is available in annual 2016 subscription - get your own copy and six issues of the Baltic Transport Journal with all poster maps (100 cm x 60 cm)! The total cost is just 199 EUR. For purchasing please contact Aleksandra Plis.