Black Sea container terminals of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, and Bulgaria handled 2 636 998 TEU for 2013, including empty containers, excluding transshipment. This review observes only full containers of the region – 1 842 866 TEU. Total growth reached by these five countries for the period is 12,01% compared to the same period last year.
The largest increases were in Ukraine and Romania, respectively. Although Bulgaria was down for the first half of 2013, they ended showing slight gains over year period.
Full containers turnover by countries, TEU
|Country||2013, TEU full||2012, TEU full||Growth,%|
|Ukraine||530 177||634 359||19,65%|
|Russia||441 557||460 570||4,31%|
|Romania||335 149||381 135||13,72%|
|Georgia||204 390||225 756||10,45%|
|Bulgaria||134 069||141 046||5,20%|
|Total||1 645 342||1 842 866||12,01%|
During this period, 61,35% of the full containers handled were imported, with 38,65% of the volume being exported. It is estimated that 69,88% of the containers were full and 30,12% were empties.
61,35% of Black Sea volumes is import
Export volumes from the aforementioned countries increased by 19,33% relative to 2012. The highest export growth was reached by Ukraine – 50,13% and Romania – 22,97%. Export volumes decreased in Russia – 17,28%, and in Georgia and Bulgaria was a small increase. Imports to the region increased by 7,84%, thanks mainly to Russian volumes – 13,17%. Import volumes for the period increased almost in all countries except Romania.
Ukraine had a record increase of full export volumes – 50,13%
Thus the percentage of volume handled by each country distributed as follows: Ukraine – 34,42%, Russia (Black Sea) – 24,99%, Romania – 20,68%, Georgia – 12,25%, Bulgaria – 7,65%.
The top-five container terminals of the region for 2013 didn’t change their positions in total volumes handled: DPW (Constanta, Romania), HPC Ukraine (Odessa, Ukraine), Novoroslesexport (Novorossyisk, Russia), CTI (Ilyichevsk, Ukraine), APMT Poti (Georgia). All of them showed growth with the exception of CTI (Ilyichevsk, Ukraine).
Black Sea Container Terminals shares by total turnover, 2013
As for the Lines in the region, the leaders remained the same: MSC, Maersk Line, ZIM and CMA CGM. Mentioned carriers control 63,35% of this market.
MSC, Maersk Line, ZIM и CMA CGM controls 63,35% of Black Sea market
Lines’ shares in the Black Sea region by full containers turnover, 2013
Starting from the middle of September 2013 the service of former G6 was re-built (Hapag Lloyd, OOCL, MOL, NYK, HMM, APL). Nevertheless its members managed to increase their total market share for the period from 8,32% to 10,11%.
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