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Box throughput in Black Sea Region rises

Box throughput in Black Sea Region rises
Black Sea container terminals of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, and Bulgaria handled 1,582,932 TEUs in the first six months of 2019, including empty containers but excluding transhipment, according to Ukraine’s Informall Business Group.

Black Sea container terminals of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, and Bulgaria handled 1,582,932 TEUs in the first six months of 2019, including empty containers but excluding transhipment, according to Ukraine’s Informall Business Group.

Loaded containers of the region amounted to 1,176,621 TEUs. Total growth achieved by these five countries in H1 2019 was 8.52%, compared to the same period last year.

The loaded container increase was seen in all countries of the Black Sea region, except Russia. In H1 2019, the highest growth was achieved by Georgia and Ukraine, 30.62% and 17.89% respectively.

During the period, loaded import containers accounted for 57.54% of the total while 42.46% of the volume was exported. It is estimated that the loaded container share was 74.33% and empty container share was 25.67%.

Export volumes from the five countries increased by 6.13% and the highest export volume growth was achieved by Ukraine – 17.66%. There was a growth of loaded export volume in all countries of the region except Romania (-4.93%). Growth in Georgia, Bulgaria and Russia was 14.27%, 4.14% and 3.00% respectively.

Imports to the region increased by 10.36%, mainly because of Georgian, Ukrainian and Bulgarian import volume growth of 33.10%, 18.12% and 14.82% respectively. Romania has also registered a 7.97% increase, while in Russia loaded import volume decreased by 8.77%.

Thus the percentage of laden volume handled by each country in H1 2019 distributed as follows: Ukraine 32.21%; Russia (Black Sea) 24.58%; Romania 20.95%; Georgia 13.68%; and Bulgaria 8.58%.

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