Prospects for Port Development of the Eastern Coast of the Baltic Sea. Update February 2012

Date: February 8, 2012
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Prospects for Port Development of the Eastern Coast of the Baltic Sea. Update February 2012
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This report is an updated version of the study of East Coast ports of the Baltic Sea, conducted by experts of IA 'Free Port' in 2010.

The report contains the latest information on volume and cargo turnover at the port infrastructure. It provides relevant descriptions of port terminal types, capacities and operating companies. Furthermore, it offers information about the plans for the development of the respective ports in the short and medium term.

The information presented in this report may be of interest for the following groups:
  • Russian and foreign carriers;
  • Stevedoring companies;
  • Port cargo suppliers;
  • Dock building companies;
  • Port services suppliers;
  • Potential investors in the concerned market sectors;
  • Other market participants.

The object of research is the market of the East Coast ports of the Baltic Sea.

Study area: Russia and Europe.

Objective: to analyze the state of and prospects for the East Coast ports of the Baltic Sea.

The main objectives of the study:
  1. Perform analysis of foreign and Russian ports;
  2. Perform comparative analysis of the ports;
  3. Evaluate the performance indicators of the port area;
  4. Present the key findings and conclusions of the study.

Methods of Research: To achieve the objectives print and electronic materials, Russian and international business publications, statistical compilations, internet sources, marketing studies and consulting companies outlooks were monitored and evaluated.

Volume and structure of the report: the report consists of three sections totalling 91 pages, illustrated with 26 tables and 49 diagrams Methods of Research:

In order to achieve the objective print and electronic materials in the fields of business and trade publications, statistical books were monitored.
DESCRIPTION OF STUDY

1. FOREIGN PORTS OF THE EASTERN BALTIC

1.1. Lithuania
  Klaipeda port
1.2. Latvia
  Ventspils Port
  Riga Port
1.3. Estonia
  Tallinn Port

SILPORT

1.4. Poland
  Gdynia Port
  Gdansk Port
1.5. Finland
  Port of Helsinki

2. RUSSIAN PORTS OF THE EASTERN BALTIC

2.1. Port of St. Petersburg
2.2. Kaliningrad Port
2.3. Primorsk port
2.4. Ust-Luga Port

3. KEY FINDINGS OF THE RESEARCH

3.1. Determination of the prospects of the ports on the main parameters
3.2. Determination of the prospects for specialization of ports
3.3. Indicators of port areas

SOURCES OF INFORMATION

TABLES:

Table 1. Basic data on the port of Klaipeda, Lithuania
Table 2. Terminals of the port of Klaipeda
Table 3. Characteristics of general cargo terminal, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Table 4. Terminal characteristics of bulk fertilizers, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Table 5. Terminal characteristics of liquid fertilizer, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Table 6. The characteristics of the grain terminal, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Table 7. Characteristics of terminal ro-ro, Klaipeda, Lithuania
Table 8. Basic data of the port of Ventspils, Latvia
Table 9. Basic data of the port of Riga, Latvia
Table 10. Riga port terminals
Table 11. Dynamics of cargo in the port of Tallinn, 2010-2011
Table 12. Characteristics of the ports in the port of Tallinn
Table 13. Terminals SILPORT
Table 14. Basic data of the port of Gdynia, Poland
Table 15. Characteristics of the terminal at the port of Gdynia
Table 16. Basic data port of Gdansk, Poland
Table 17. The terminals at the port of Gdansk
Table 18. Terminals port of Helsinki
Table 19. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of St. Petersburg by the type of cargo tons, 2009-2011
Table 20. Plan for commissioning of transshipment facilities in the port of Saint-Petersburg
Table 21. Dynamics of freight turnover «Kaliningrad Sea Commercial Port" according to the type of cargo tons, 2010-2011
Table 22. Dynamics of freight port of Primorsk on the type of cargo tons, 2009-2011
Table 23. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of Ust-Luga on the type of cargo tons 2009-2011
Table 24. Comparison of the ports involved in the transshipment of bulk cargo
Table 25. Comparison of the ports involved in the transshipment of bulk cargo
Table 26. Comparison of the port handles general cargo and containers

DIAGRAMS:

Diag. 1. Dynamics of freight turnover in the ports of Lithuania, 2001-2010
Diag. 2.Tempy growth of turnover in the ports of Lithuania, 2002-2010
Diag. 3. Dynamics of cargo seaports in Lithuania according to the type of cargo, 2004-2009
Diag. 4. Dynamics of freight turnover, Klaipeda, Lithuania, 2004-2011
Diag. 5. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Klaipeda, Lithuania,
Diag. 6. The structure of the cargo at the port of Klaipeda on the type of cargo, 2011
Diag. 7. Dynamics of freight turnover in the ports of Latvia, 2001-2011
Diag. 8. Growth rates of turnover in the ports of Latvia
Diag. 9. Dynamics of freight turnover in the ports of Latvia on the type of goods, 2004-2010
Diag. 10. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of Ventspils, Latvia, 2004-2011
Diag. 11. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Ventspils, Latvia, 2005-2011
Diag. 12. Dynamics of cargo at the port of Ventspils by cargo type, 2004-2010.
Diag. 13. The structure of the cargo at the port of Ventspils by the type of cargo,
Diag. 14. Dynamics of freight, port of Riga, 2004-2011 31 Diag. 15. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Riga, 2005-2011
Diag. 16. Dynamics of cargo at the port of Riga by the type of cargo,
Diag. 17. Dynamics of freight turnover in the ports of Estonia, 2001-2010
Diag. 18. Growth rates of turnover in the ports of Estonia
Diag. 19. Dynamics of cargo sea ports in Estonia
Diag. 20. Dynamics of freight turnover, Tallinn, 2004-2011
Diag. 21. Growth rates of freight, port, Tallinn, 2005-2011
Diag. 22. Dynamics of freight turnover, Sillamae, 2006-2011
Diag. 23. Growth rates of turnover, Sillamae, 2007-2011
Diag. 24. Dynamics of cargo at sea ports in Poland, 2001-2010
Diag. 25. Growth rates of turnover in the ports of Poland, 2002-2010
Diag. 26. Dynamics of cargo at sea ports in Poland by type of goods, 2001-2009
Diag. 27. Dynamics of freight port of Gdynia, 2004-2010
Diag. 28. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Gdynia, 2005-2010
Diag. 29. Dynamics of freight turnover by type of cargo, the port of Gdynia, Poland 2006-2010
Diag. 30. Dynamics of the container, the port of Gdynia, Poland, 2006-2010
Diag. 31. Dynamics of freight, port of Gdansk, Poland, 2004-2011
Diag. 32. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Gdansk, Poland, 2005-2011
Diag. 33. Structure of the cargo, the port of Gdansk, Poland, 2011
Diag. 34. Dynamics of the container, Gdansk, Poland, 2000-2011
Diag. 35. Dynamics of cargo sea ports in Finland, 2001-2010
Diag. 36. Growth rates of turnover in the ports of Finland
Diag. 37. Dynamics of freight turnover in the ports of Finland, 2000-2009
Diag. 38. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of Helsinki, 2004-2011
Diag. 39. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Helsinki, 2005-2011
Diag. 40. Structure of the cargo at the port of Helsinki, Finland, 2011
Diag. 41. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of St. Petersburg, 2005-2011
Diag. 42. Growth rates of turnover at the port of St. Petersburg
Diag. 43. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of Primorsk, 2005-2011
Diag. 44. Growth rates of turnover in the port of Primorsk, 2005-2009
Diag. 45. Dynamics of freight turnover in the port of Ust-Luga, 2005-2011
Diag. 46. Growth rates of turnover at the port of Ust-Luga, 2006-2011
Diag. 47. The matrix of port efficiency on the parameters of the market share / growth rate of
Diag. 48. Comparison of efficient use of space in the ports of the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea
Diag. 49. Comparison of the effectiveness of the length of berths in the ports of the Eastern coast of the Baltic Sea
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