In 2014 JSC “Container terminal Saint-Petersburg” handled 387,6k TEU. The throughput decreased by 2,2% compared to 2013 as a result of the general fall of the cargo flows caused by unfavorable economic situation in Russia.
Within 12 months of 2014 LLC “Multipurpose Reloading Complex” (MRC) handled 4 mln tons of cargoes which exceeds by 15% the indicators of the same period of the last year. The growth of indicators is caused by increase of handling volumes of power generating coal-main cargo of the company due to stable high demand for energy materials in Europe.
The cargo turnover of “Tuapse Commercial Sea Port” OJSC (TCSP) in 2014 amounted to 13.1 million tons which represented a 7% increase as compared to the previous year.
In 2014, the cargo turnover of “Taganrog Commercial Sea Port” OJSC (TagCSP) totaled 1.164 million tons, which is 16% less than in 2013.
In 2014 the turnover of OJSC “Sea Port of Saint-Petersburg” (SP SPb) amounted to 8.1 mln. tons, which is by 5% more than the same indicator of the last year. Among them general cargoes amounted to 6.1 mln tons (+9%), bulk and loose cargoes amounted to 2 mln tons (-5%).
UCL Rail B.V. transportation group, holding a leading position in the Russian freight rail market (hereinafter - UCL Rail or the Group) announces that Fitch Ratings (hereinafter - Fitch or the Agency) has affirmed UCL Rail long-term credit rating at 'BB+'.
The companies of UCL Port stevedoring division (a part of UCL Holding) handled 22.7 million tons of cargo in the first 9 months of 2014, which is 8% higher than in the same period in 2013.
UCL Rail B.V. transportation group, holding a leading position in the Russian freight rail market (hereinafter - UCL Rail or the Group), announces that it has sent withdrawal notifications to Moody's Investors Service and Standard & Poor's Rating Services in order to reduce the number of credit ratings maintained simultaneously.
The companies of UCL Port stevedoring division (a part of UCL Holding) handled 15.4 million tons of cargo in H1 2014, which is 9% higher than in the same period in 2013.
On July the 10th the first vessel under the new RST54 project for sea-and-river-going vessels was officially launched at Okskaya Shipyard (town of Navashino, Nizhny Novgorod region). The vessel was named “Balt Flot 1”. The project is commissioned by BF Tanker.