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PJSC NCSP’s cargo turnover grew by 7.3% in 2009 to 69.4 million tonnes, and its share of total NCSP Group cargo turnover increased by 1 percentage point to 80.3%. Crude oil and oil products, raw sugar, ferrous and nonferrous metals, containers, mineral fertilizers and grain cargo have accounted for most of PJSC NCSP’s cargo turnover over the past few years. This structure was largely unchanged in 2009. The only exception was iron ore, which increased to 3.8% of cargo turnover in 2009. The company reported a drop in turnover in 2009 for nonferrous metals (down 3%), sugar (down 23.2%) and containers (down 0.9%), but volume increased for all other types of cargo. Crude oil cargo turnover grew by 4.5% to 44.5 million tonnes and oil products turnover jumped by 16.6% to 6.7 million tonnes. Transshipment of iron ore soared by more than 13 times with the acquisition of new clients, including some who had previously used ports in neighboring countries. The company also saw substantial increases in chemical and grain cargo turnover, which grew by 31.7% to 1.7 million tonnes and by 21.8% to 4 million tonnes, respectively. Ferrous metals turnover increased by 2.6% to 6.2 million tonnes.