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18 February 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 11:50 GMT+1

February 1, 2018

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Last year the traffic of the goods in the port of Bremen/Bremerhaven is dropped of -3%

The container pairs to 5,5 million teu (+0.5% have been)

The senator to the Economy, job and ports of the Land of Bremen, Martin Günthner, has announced that in the 2017 imports and the exports of the goods through the port of Bremen/Bremerhaven pairs respective to 36,4 million have been and 36,6 million tons, volumes that in the year precedence had attested to 38,2 million and 36,9 million tons.

The enlivened total traffic last year turns out therefore pairs to about 73 million tons, with a decrease of the -3% on the 2016 and inferior one to the traffic of 75,1 million tons previewed previously for entire 2017(on 12 December 2017).

Günthner has specified that last year in the single harbour area of Bremen tons of goods are enlivened almost 13 million, with an increment of +7% about on 2016, with particularly important rises of the traffics of timber (+11%) and producing iron and steel (+45%). In the harbour area of Bremerhaven, instead, the traffic is diminished of the -3% attesting itself to about 60 million tons.

Advanced to the waits it has turned out the increase of handling of new cars of factory that has been of beyond 2,3 million vehicles (+11%), so as the volume of traffic of the container that has been of beyond 5,5 million teu, with a progression of +0.5% on 2016.

Günthner has evidenced also the increase of +5.3% of the traffic of the bulk that is gone up by 9,5 million to 10,0 million tons.

Last year in the port of Bremen/Bremerhaven they have made port of call 7,328 ships regarding 7.222 in the year precedence.

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