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Copenhagen Malmö Port: 14.1 mln tn handled in 2012 (+2.9% yoy)

In 2012, volumes in Malmö rose by 12% to 8.8 mln tn, while the turnover in Copenhagen wend down by 9.3% to 5.3 mln tn.

HHLA: 7.2 mln TEU of container throughput in 2012 (+1.4% yoy)

The figures slightly exceeded the expectations from autumn 2012, when throughput was forecasted to remain at the same level of the previous year.

Container Terminal Frihamnen (Port of Stockholm): 36,000 TEU handled in 2012 (+28% yoy)

In 2012, the CT Frihamnen, operated by Hutchison Port Holdings, handled almost 36 thou. 20-foot containers, marking a 28% year-on-year increase.

Port of Gdynia: 676,349 TEU handled in 2012 (+9.7% yoy)

The Polish port in Gdynia ended the 2012 year with a slight decrease (-0.6% year-on-year) in total freight turnover which amounted to 15.81 mln tn.

Trans-Siberian Railway: 638,216 TEU carried in 2012 (+15.4% yoy)

According to the Coordinating Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation, nearly 640 thou. 20-foot container were carried on the route in 2012.

Port of Ystad: 1.79 mln people in pax traffic in 2012 (+2.9% yoy)

In 2012, the Swedish port in Ystad set its new record for pax traffic – precisely 1,792,189 people walked through the port’s ferry terminals.

Port of Gothenburg: 900,000 TEU handled in 2012 (+1.5% yoy)

In 2012, the overall turnover at the Port of Gothenburg totalled 42 mln tn – a year-on-year rise by 1.2%. Boxes recorded a new all-time high.

TransContainer: 1.48 mln TEU carried in 2012 (+8.9% yoy)

According to the company’s preliminary operating results, the largest growth was marked in intermodal transit traffic – by 166.7% to 90 thou. TEU.

Rosterminalugol: 13.77 mln tn of coal handled in 2012 (+26.3% yoy)

Ust-Luga’s coal terminal, operated by Rosterminalugol, exceeded its annual plan by 11% – according to the company’s press centre.

Port of Tallinn: 227,809 TEU handled in 2012 (+15.2% yoy)

On the other hand, total cargo traffic in 2012 in the Port of Tallinn marked a significant decrease by 19.2% year-on-year to 29.48 mln tn.


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