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24 August 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:07 GMT+2

January 17, 2019

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Last year the traffic in the port of Zeebrugge is increased of +8.0%

Supported the increase of the rotabili and the which liquified natural gas

Last year the port of Zeebrugge has enlivened 40,1 million tons of goods, with an increment of +8.0% regarding 37,1 million tons in 2017. The increase is determined mainly by the rise of +6.4% of the rotabili cargos that are piled almost 16 million tons. In the field of the container the traffic has remained stable being itself attested 15,2 million to tons, even if the volume of traffic which counted on the enlivened base of the container from 20 ' - that they have been pairs to 1,6 million teu - has recorded an increment of +5.2%. With regard to the course of the containerized trade, the Harbour Authority of Zeebrugge has evidenced that the container terminal of the Belgian port of call, that society controlled from shipowning group Chinese COSCO Shipping and participated is managed by the CSP Zeebrugge, from the Chinese shipowning group CMA CGM, currently work to 37% of own ability and that the perspectives for the 2016 are a lot promising.

In 2018 handling of new cars in the port of Zeebrugge he has turned out stable being it are pairs to 2,8 million vehicles. In the field of the liquid bulk the traffic has grown of +63.0% to 6,7 million tons thanks to the increment of +257.7% of the gone up which liquified natural gas to 3,5 million tons. The bulk sand banks is diminished of -6,1% to the 1,2 million one several tons and down they have turned out also the goods with million tons (- 21.8%).

Last year, so as in 2017, the port of Zeebrugge 143 cruise ships are landed.

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