The Big Port of St. Petersburg occupies the leading position in the ranking of container ports of Russia with a turnover of 766.63 thousand TEU (+ 9.2%). The port of Vladivostok took the second place - 310.29 thousand TEU (+ 14.3%), the third place - Novorossiysk - 279.91 thousand TEU (-7.3%).
In the reporting period, the port of Ust-Luga left the top 10 container ports of Russia, reducing cargo handling by 26.2% to 20.03 thousand TEU. In January-April 2018, the port occupied the 7th position.
The port of Murmansk, which occupied the 11th position in January-April, rose to the 9th position, having increased the transshipment of containers by 38.4%, to 21.69 thousand TEU. The port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky rose from 8 to 7 position with a turnover of 25.42 thousand TEU (-3.1%), Dudinka - from 9 to 8 - 23.18 thousand TEU (+ 3.8%).
The largest increase in container handling during the reporting period was noted in the ports: Zarubino - 9.9 times, up to 1.15 thousand TEU, Nakhodka - 2.6 times, up to 1.1 thousand TEU, Murmansk - 38.4% .
The largest decrease in container turnover was shown by the ports: Sevastopol - by 91.7%, to 175 TEU, Arkhangelsk - by 9%, to 9.96 thousand TEU, Ust-Luga - by 26.2%, to 20.03 thousand TEU.
In January-April 2019, the largest Russian ports handled 1.73 million TEU, which is 98% of the total container turnover of Russian seaports. The growth compared to January-April 2018 was 7.9%.