Black Sea Container market review: first half of 2013


OOCL SHANGHAI. Odessa. 2012-08-23. Photo: Vladimir Trofimov, BSNews

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In first half of 2013 Black Sea container terminals of Romania, Ukraine, Georgia and Bulgaria handled 1 275 356 TEU, including empties, but transshipment is not included. In this review all data is related to laden containers and general amount was 876 194 TEU. In result general growth in the region for laden containers for the first half of 2013 was 7,33%, comparing to the same period of 2012.

Volumes of Black Sea region in first half of 2013 comparing to 2012, TEU, laden

In case of country by country analysis the highest growth rates reached Ukraine and Romania. Georgia, which was a leader of the growth rates in 2012 showed not very high growth rate in first half of this year.

Volumes of laden containers by countries, TEU

Country

6 m 2013, TEU laden

6 m 2012, TEU laden

Growth,%

       

Ukraine

289 983

251 135

15,47%

Russia

230211

226 198

1,77%

Romania

180 693

165 363

9,27%

Georgia

108 041

104 149

3,74%

Bulgaria

67 266

69 525

-3,25%

       

Total

876 194

816 370

7,33%

 

In the regional growth major role was growth of export in Ukraine and Romania, and growth of import in Russia.

Therefore, countries shares in first half of 2013 were following: Ukraine - 30,76%, Russia – 27,71%, Romania – 20,26%, Georgia – 12,76%, Bulgaria – 8,52%.

Countries shares of the Black Sea region in general amount of laden containers

Of the total amount of laden containers in the first half 2013 62,76% was import and 37,24% - export. In general split of containers to laden and empties in the Black Sea region in first half of 2013 was 68,7% laden, 31,3% empties.

In the 6m 2013 coefficient of utilization of the standard 20’ container increased for Ukraine and Romania. For 40’ container coefficient of utilization increased in Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria. The lowest utilization coefficient was in Georgia.

Coefficient of utilization of container equipment for 6m 2013 by countries*

 

Country (ports)*

20’

40’

6m 2013

6m 2012

6m 2013

6m 2012

Ukraine (Odessa, Illychevsk)

59,98%

58,47%

59,09%

35,68%

Russia (Novorossiysk)

65,14%

92,14%

22,54%

27,51%

Romania (Constanta)

53,75%

48,93%

277,55%

208,89%

Georgia (Poti)

31,24%

33,22%

10,00%

10,70%

Bulgaria (Varna)

117,93%

144,22%

96,80%

85,49%

 

*Coefficient of utilization shows amount of laden export containers (in %) for the import laden containers.

In the 6m 2013 top-5 of container terminals, leading by total amount was following: DPW (Constanta), HPC Ukraine (Odessa), NLE (Novorossiysk), CTI (Illychevsk), APMT Poti (Georgia).  

Shares of Black Sea container terminals in first half 2013

As for the liner operators at the Black Sea, in the first half of 2013 the top-5 didn’t change: MSC, Maersk Line, ZIM and CMA CGM, which altogether controls at the Black Sea 64,54% laden containers at the market.


Shares of lines at the Black Sea in total amount of laden containers, 6m 2013

More detailed information you can find in reports prepared by Informall BG – vag@informall.biz.

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