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20 September 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:18 GMT+2

May 22, 2019

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Last month the port of Valencia has enlivened 448 thousand container (+6.0%)

In the first four months of the 2019 containerized trade it has been pairs to 1.789.529 teu (+11.2%)

Last month the traffic of the goods enlivened from the port of Valencia is increased of piled +3.0% being to 6,36 million tons regarding 6,17 million tons in April 2018. The increase is generated by the rise of +8.4% of the containerized trade attested to 5,43 million tons and totaled with a handling of containers of 448 thousand teu (+6.0%) that it has more than compensated the conventional bending of +15.7% of the goods, come down to 705 thousand tons, and of the liquid and solid bulk, turned out pairs respective to 98 thousand tons (- 29.2%) and 99 thousand tons (- 37.2%). In the field of the passengers the crocieristi have been 58 thousand (- 6.6%) and the passengers of ferries 50 thousand (+3.0%).

In the first quadrimestre of the 2019 Spanish port it has enlivened a total of 24,75 million tons of goods, with an increase of +8.2% on the same period last year. In the segment of the container the traffic has been of 20,22 million tons (+10.7%) and is realized with a handling of containers pairs to 1.789.529 teu (+11.2%) included 820,306 teu in transit (+10.4%). In increase also the goods conventional with 3,60 million tons (+8.2%), while the liquid bulk is dropped of the -39,9% to 375 thousand tons and the solid bulk is diminished of the -21,4% to 456 thousand tons. Altogether the passengers have been 242 thousand (- 4.7%), of which 151 thousand in the section of the ferries (- 11.6%) and 90 thousand in that of cruises (+9.5%).

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