Exports amounted to 596.8mt (+4.7% year-on-year), followed by 74.9mt made in cabotage (-12.7% yoy), 61mt in transit (+5.1% yoy), and 34.1mt in import traffic (+3.4% yoy).
The turnover of liquid bulk totalled 424mt in the reported period, up by 8.8% on the result from January-November 2018. Dry bulk and general cargo added the remaining 42.8mt (-4.0% yoy).
With 235.8mt (+5.1% yoy) handled in I-XI 2019, the country's Baltic seaports continue to lead the chart. Next in line were the ports from the Azov-Don (-6.2% yoy to 234.1mt), Far East (+5.2% yoy to 194.1mt), Arctic (+14.5% yoy to 96.1mt), and Caspian Sea (+150% yoy to 6.7mt) regions.