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20

Jun 2019
Arkhangelsk opens regular sea navigation between ports

The navigation period is expected to last until November  ...

13

May 2019
Port of Nikolaevsk-on-Amur reopens for navigation

The port’s navigation period is typically between May-November  ...

30

Apr 2019
First facility for navigation equipment repair opens in Russia

The facility is located in the Kaliningrad Region

25

Apr 2019
East-Siberian Railway prepares new infrastructure

The infrastructure has been repaired and the regular shipping season will start soon

02

Apr 2019
Hamburg Süd sells dry bulk assets to Chinese company

The companies have received regulatory approval for the asset transfer

01

Apr 2019
Shakhtersk’s seaport terminals resume port actitivities

The port has ended its winter navigation period  ...

27

Mar 2019
Vietnam and US discuss maritime security in South China Sea

The US said it is committed to free maritime and air navigation in the area  ...

26

Mar 2019
Port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky ending winter navigation period

Vessels will no longer require to be prepared for ice navigation  ...

21

Mar 2019
Port of Vladivostok ends winter navigation period

Vessels sailing to the port no longer have to be equipped for ice navigation  ...

28

Feb 2019
Port of Ust-Luga extends navigation restrictions period

Formation of ice around the port has been slowing down

15

Feb 2019
Volga basin reports 2018 results

Handling of dry bulk cargo supported rise in freight traffic

12

Feb 2019
China Navigation acquiring bulk shipping activities of Hamburg Süd

The bulk shipping business in Hamburg Süd operates with a chartered fleet of 45 vessels

01

Feb 2019
Kenya could lose vessels at Port of Mombasa, warns commission

Illegal constructions block navigational aids around the Likoni Channel  ...

29

Jan 2019
Port of Dudinka introducing navigation restrictions

The restrictions will be set in place on February 11

18

Jan 2019
Port of Ust-Luga introducing navigation restrictions

The restrictions will be introduced on January 31

17

Jan 2019
Icrebreaking entries on Gulf of Finland increases further

Data for January 16-17

10

Jan 2019
Port of Taganrog sets new navigation restrictions

Some operations will not be allowed at the port

09

Jan 2019
Port of St. Petersburg to introduce navigation restrictions

The port has changed the date of the introduction of these restrictions

09

Jan 2019
Icebreaking entries on Gulf of Finland decrease

Data for January 8-9

08

Jan 2019
Icebreaking entries on Gulf of Finland

Data for January 7-8

03

Jan 2019
Navigation restrictions introduced at the port of Sovetskaya Gavan

Some vehicles will only be able to navigate the surrounding areas under escort

02

Jan 2019
Port of Magadan receives new icebreaker

The vessel will be performing icebreaking services in the 2018-2019 winter navigation period  ...

28

Dec 2018
Port of St. Petersburg introducing navigation restrictions

The new restrictions will be in place starting January 10

28

Dec 2018
Port of Kandalaksha imposing navigation restrictions

The restrictions will be set in place on January 10

27

Dec 2018
Port of Vysotsk imposing navigation restrictions

Ice conditions at the port are set to worsen in January

20

Dec 2018
Vessels arrive on the Gulf of Finland with the help of icebreakers

Three icebreakers are currently on operation, with two on reserve

19

Dec 2018
Port of Vyborg imposes navigation restrictions due to ice conditions

Vessels without ice requirements are unable to navigate the port waters without being escorted

28

Nov 2018
Cargo transported by Port Kolomna rises in navigation period of 2018

The volume of cargo transit expanded year-on-year

16

Oct 2018
Port of Khatanga closes for navigation

Weather conditions have made it dangerous to navigate

16

Oct 2018
Port of Madagan’s shipowners and captains obliged to prepare for navigation in winter period

Vessels not operating during the period will still need to be prepared

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