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December 13, 2017

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To November salary of the cargo on the ships is recorded the new absolute record that are journeyed in the Suez Canal

The peak is recorded thanks to the traffic record on the director north-south

To November 2017 the total of the cargo on the ships that are journeyed in the Suez Canal has reached the new record absolute salary being piled almost 80,3 million tons, with an increment of the +17,0 regarding 68,6 million tons enlivened to November 2016 and with an increase of 244 thousand tons compared to the previous established absolute record to October 2017.

The new historical peak is obtained thanks to the absolute record salary of cargo on the ships that have crossed the channel Egyptian covering it from north towards south, that it has been pairs to 28,2 million tons, in increase of +28.6% regarding November 2016 and with an increment of 1,25 million tons compared to the previous established absolute record to October 2017. The total of the cargo on the ships that journey in the direction north-south of last June sopravanza the volume of the cargo on the ships that journey by now in opposite direction from 12 consecutive months, with the exception.

Also the total volume of the cargo on the ships that last month have crossed the channel in the direction south-north turns out to be a total salary record, however not absolute but relative to the single month of November. To November 2017, in fact, the goods is piled to 36,5 million tons, advanced of 5.7% regarding the total of November 2016 but clearly inferior figure (- 9.2%) regarding the record established absolute salary to August 2008 with 40,2 million tons.

The volume total of the cargo on the ships that last month have covered the channel from north to south was constituted by 9,7 million oil tons of oil and producing (+42.2% on November 2016) and by 34,1 million tons of other cargos (+25.2%) between which 20,2 million tons of containerized cargos (+17.4%).

Last month the boarded cargos on the ships journeyed in the Suez Canal from south to north were constituted by 11,0 million oil tons of oil and producing (+8.9%) and by 25,4 million tons of cargos of other type (+4.3%) between which 18,9 million tons of goods in container (+4.0%).

Last month the water way Egyptian is crossed altogether by 1.534 ships (+12.3%), of which 411 oil tankers (+16.4%) and 1,123 ships of other type (+10.9%).

In the first eleven months of 2017 in the channel they are journeyed in total 16,020 ships, with an increase of +3.9% on the period January-November last year. The oil tankers have been 4,108 (+4.6%) and the ships of other type 11,912 (+3.7%).

In the first eleven months of this year the cargo on the ships that have crossed the channel is piled to 828,1 million tons, with an increase of +11.2% regarding 744,8 million tons in the correspondent period of 2016. The goods pairs to 434,6 million tons (+20.2%) and those boarded ones transported by the ships journeyed in the direction north-south have been on the ships journeyed in the opposite direction to 393,5 million tons (+2.7%).

The volume of goods on the ships journeyed in the direction north-south was constituted by 92,8 million oil oil and producing tons of (+44,5) and by 341,8 million tons of goods of other type (+15.0%) between which 215,1 million tons of containerized cargos (+13.2%). The total of the cargo on the ships that have crossed the channel from south to north was constituted by 106,0 million oil tons of oil and producing (+1.3%) and by 287,5 million tons of other goods (+3.2%) between which 214,8 million containerized tons of goods (+1.7%).


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