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15 December 2017 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:47 GMT+1



November 17, 2017

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In the first nine months of this year the traffic of the goods in the ports of Tunisia is diminished of -4,7%

Increase of the goods several. Down the bulk

In the first nine months of this year the ports of Tunisia have enlivened altogether 21,6 million tons of goods, with a contraction of the -4,7% regarding 22,6 million tons in the correspondent period of 2016. The traffic to the disembarkation is diminished of the -1,9% and is piled to 14,3 million tons, while that to the boarding is dropped of -9,8% to the 7,3 million one tons.

Totally the traffic of the goods several has been attested 6,3 million to tons (+3.9%), of which 3,2 million containerized tons of goods (+6.0%) pairs to 358 thousand teu (- 2.9% totaled with a container handling). The volume of traffic of the rotabili is come down of -5,0% at less than the 1,4 million one tons, traffic that in terms of average units ro-ro is diminished of the -59,5% to 101 thousand. Handling of new cars has grown of +0.6% to 243 thousand vehicles.

In the segment of the liquid bulk the hydrocarbon traffic has been pairs almost 7,1 million tons (- 11.3%) and that of other cargos liquids to 810 thousand tons (- 29.5%). In the field of the solid bulk the traffic of cereals has been pairs to 3,4 million tons (- 1.5%) and that of the other solid bulk to 4,0 million tons (- 8.0%).

The traffic of the passengers of the ferries has been of 633 thousand people (- 11.9%).

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