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Statistics on navigation of 2011 on the Saimaa Canal.

Turnover of goods - 1 763 391 tons, an increase in comparison with 2010 on 6,23 %.
The maximal turnover of goods was fixed in 2004 and had made 2 368 334 tons.
Structure of the turnover of goods:
42 % - wood, makes 736 421 tons (from them turnover from the Russian Federation 388 533 tons)
The maximal deliver of wood from the Russian Federation to Finland were in 2006 - 801 683 tons, thus in that 2006 the total deliver of wood to Finland was 841 691 tons.
27 % - mineral cargoes
17 % - forest products, basically paper (149 137 tons) and cellulose (116 981 tons)
5 % - coal, coke
9 % - other cargoes.

Turnover of goods of the basic inland ports of Finland:
Imatra - 503 510 tons
Lappeenranta - 429 883 tons
Joensuu - 222 996 tons
Siilinjarvi - 216 050 tons
Joutseno - 190 540 tons
Varkaus - 73 959 tons
Kuopio - 58 844 tons
Others - 67 609 tons

Turnover of goods through Saimaa Canal between Finland and:
1. The Russian Federation - 388 533 tons (only wood)
2. Estonia - 309 017 tons
3. The Netherlands - 295 300 tons
4. Sweden - 148 733 tons
5. Poland - 97 698 tons
6. Germany - 90 288 tons
7. Latvia - 79 545 tons
8. Belgium - 61 558 tons
9. Denmark - 61 474 tons
10. The Great Britain - 45 641 tons
11. Lithuania - 29 285 tons
12. France - 20 090 tons

In whole in the navigation of 2011 on the Saimaa Canal 1352 cargo vessel had passed. From them:
1. The Russian Federation flag - 563 voyages - carried 410 974 tons of cargoes (23,3 %)
The greatest quantity was in 2005 - 1 304 voyages - 956 485 tons of cargoes (43 %)
2. The Netherlands flag - 274 voyages - 571 564 tons of cargoes (32,4 %)
3. Antigua flag - 232 voyages - 407 444 tons of cargoes (23,1 %)
4. Finland flag - 171 voyages - 257 554 tons of cargoes (14,6 %)

Duration of navigation in 2011 was 288 days (opening on the 15th of April, closing on the 29th of January)
The shortest period of navigation was in 1969 - 214 days (opening on the 10th of May, closing on the 10th of December)
The longest period of navigation was in 2007-313 days (opening on the 28th of March, closing on the 3rd of February)
The earliest opening of navigation was in 2008 on the 25th of March.

  

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