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Jan 10, 2020

Loading volumes on Russian Railways network amounted to 1.3 billion tons in 2019

Loading volumes on the network owned by Russian Railways amounted to 1.2781 billion tons in 2019, 0.9% less than last year.

The railways loaded the following categories of freight in 2019. Figures in brackets show the percentage changed compared to 2018:

coal - 372 million tons (-0.8%);

coke - 10.8 million tons (-4.3%);

oil and petroleum products - 232 million tons (-1.9%);

iron and manganese ores - 120.2 million tons (3%);

ferrous metals - 73.8 million tons (-5.6%);

ferrous metal scrap - 14.7 million tons (-7.7%);

chemical and mineral fertilisers - 60.5 million tons (2.2%);

cement - 26.3 million tons (4.7%);

timber - 42 million tons (-8.1%);

grain - 21.7 million tons (-20.1%);

construction materials - 124 million tons (0.2%);

non-ferrous ores and sulphurous raw materials - 19.6 million tons (-0.5%);

chemicals and soda - 26.1 million tons (-1.1%);

industrial raw materials and moulded materials - 35 million tons (-0.9%).

Freight turnover in 2019 amounted to 2,601.3 billion tariff ton-km, an increase of 0.2% on 2018. Freight turnover taking into account empty wagon runs was 3,304.4 billion tons-km, which corresponds to the figure of 2018.

Loading on the Russian Railways network in December 2019 amounted to 106.7 million tons, which is 2% less than the same month in 2018.

Freight turnover in December 2019 fell by 2.9% compared to the same month of last year and amounted to 218.4 billion tariff ton-km. Freight turnover taking into account empty wagon runs decreased by 3.5% during the same period and amounted to 275.6 billion tons-km.

Loading volumes on the network owned by Russian Railways amounted to 1.2781 billion tons in 2019, 0.9% less than last year.

The railways loaded the following categories of freight in 2019. Figures in brackets show the percentage changed compared to 2018:

coal - 372 million tons (-0.8%);

coke - 10.8 million tons (-4.3%);

oil and petroleum products - 232 million tons (-1.9%);

iron and manganese ores - 120.2 million tons (3%);

ferrous metals - 73.8 million tons (-5.6%);

ferrous metal scrap - 14.7 million tons (-7.7%);

chemical and mineral fertilisers - 60.5 million tons (2.2%);

cement - 26.3 million tons (4.7%);

timber - 42 million tons (-8.1%);

grain - 21.7 million tons (-20.1%);

construction materials - 124 million tons (0.2%);

non-ferrous ores and sulphurous raw materials - 19.6 million tons (-0.5%);

chemicals and soda - 26.1 million tons (-1.1%);

industrial raw materials and moulded materials - 35 million tons (-0.9%).

Freight turnover in 2019 amounted to 2,601.3 billion tariff ton-km, an increase of 0.2% on 2018. Freight turnover taking into account empty wagon runs was 3,304.4 billion tons-km, which corresponds to the figure of 2018.

Loading on the Russian Railways network in December 2019 amounted to 106.7 million tons, which is 2% less than the same month in 2018.

Freight turnover in December 2019 fell by 2.9% compared to the same month of last year and amounted to 218.4 billion tariff ton-km. Freight turnover taking into account empty wagon runs decreased by 3.5% during the same period and amounted to 275.6 billion tons-km.

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