The company, a stevedoring division of UCL Holding, operates three terminals in the Baltic: SPSP and CTSP in St. Petersburg, and MRC in Ust-Luga.
Out of the total, the handlings of dry bulk and general cargo amounted to 30.6mt last year, noting an increase by 13% year-on-year. On the other hand, turnover of liquids declined by 9% yoy to 6.5mt.
A total of 9.1mt of coal has transhipped by UCL's terminals, up by 17% yoy. Grain shipments rose as well, by 24% yoy to 2.6mt.
More ferrous metals were taken care of, too, up by 16.1% yoy to 6.2mt.
The Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg (CTSP) handled 643.7k TEU in 2017 (+15.4% yoy). The Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg (SPSP) added 33.6k TEU (+60% yoy). In total, UCL Port's terminals handled 680.2k TEU last year, more by 17% yoy.
On the whole, the company's sea facilities in the Baltic made 21.4mt (+17.6% yoy), of which CTSP 9.0mt (+26.8% yoy), SPSP 6.9mt (+4.5% yoy), and the Multipurpose Reloading Complex (MRC) in Ust-Luga the remaining 5.5mt (+22.2% yoy).
UCL Port also operates the Tuapse Sea Commercial Port in the Black Sea, which handled 14.2mt in 2017 (+0.7% yoy), as well as the Taganrog Sea Commercial Port in the Azov Sea that made 1.6mt last year (+45.5% yoy).