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18 August 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 01:31 GMT+2

February 11, 2019

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Last year the harbour terminals Turkish Holding Yilport have enlivened 6,4 million container

Increment of +5% on 2017

Holding the Yilport Turk, terminalista society that at the end last year has adjudicated the management of the Polisettoriale Pier of the Port of Taranto(on 20 November 2018), it has announced that in 2018 own harbour terminal they have enlivened a containerized trade pairs to 6,41 million teu (volume that includes the traffic enlivened from the participated companies between which that enlivened from Malta Freeport, of which Yilport it stops 50% of the capital, than last year it has enlivened 3,31 million teu - on 14 January 2019). Draft of a total increment of +5% regarding 6,11 million teu enlivened in the year precedence. Moreover Yilport has specified that last year its terminals have enlivened 11,86 million conventional tons of goods (9,5 million in 2017), 445 thousand ceu of rotabili (364 thousand in 2017) and 3,51 million cubic metres of liquid bulk (3,67 million in 2017).

Last year the containerized trade enlivened from the main Turkish terminals of the society has been pairs to 554 thousand teu for Yilport Gebze (+11%) and to 525 thousand teu for Yilport Gemlik (+11%). The traffic enlivened from the terminals in Latin America (ports of Puerto Bolivar and Paita) has been of 380 thousand teu (+23%), that enlivened from the nordeuropei terminals of the group (Oslo, Gävle and Stockholm) has been pairs to 474 thousand teu (+2%), while the traffic enlivened from the terminals managed from Yilport in the Spanish and portuguese ports has been attested to 661 thousand teu (+6%).

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