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20 May 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:11 GMT+2

March 14, 2019

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Decrease of the containerized trade in the port of Singapore to February

They are enlivened beyond 2,7 million teu (- 2.9%)

Last month, for the first time after 23 consecutive months of increase, the containerized trade enlivened from the port of Singapore has marked a piled decrease being to beyond 2,7 million teu, with a decrease of the -2,9% regarding more than 2,8 million teu enlivened in February 2018. To February 2019 the containerized cargos have turned out in bending also in terms of weight having totaled 26,6 million tons (- 4.8%), contraction that is keeps on those pairs to -3,3% recorded to January 2019 after 22 consecutive months of increments.

Altogether last month the Asian port has enlivened almost 28,0 million tons of goods, with a reduction of the -2,1% on February 2018. The oil traffic has been pairs to 18,3 million tons (+1.8%) and that of the other bulk to 1,2 million tons (- 14.8%). In the segment of the goods conventional the total has been of 1,9 million tons (+12.3%).

In the first period of two months of the 2019 total traffic it has been attested 99,9 million to tons, with a decrease of the -2,2% on the January-February period last year. The goods in container pairs to 55,8 million tons (- 4.0%) with a handling of containers of 5,7 million teu (- 1.3% have been). Decreasing also the bulk, with the oil cargos that are piled to 37,3 million tons (- 0.8%) and those of other type to 2,7 million tons (- 3.1%). In increase, instead, the goods conventional with 4,0 million tons (+12.5%).

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