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19 October 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:20 GMT+2



September 13, 2019

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To August the containerized trade in the port of Singapore is diminished of -2,0%

The total of the goods has been of 50,60 million tons (- 7.7%)

Last month traffic of goods enlivened from port of Singapore, that it is main the hub harbour of the Asian south-east and I unwind head physician of the marine lines that connect the Far East and the Australasia with Europe, Africa and the Middle East, has recorded a bending of the -7,7% being it are pairs to 50,60 million tons regarding 54,84 million tons in August 2018. The decrease is determined by the contraction of the cargo volumes enlivened in the two more important segments of activity of the Asian port of call: that of the container, where the traffic has been of 30,89 million tons (- 2.0%) and are realized with a handling of containers pairs to beyond 3,1 million teu (- 0.7%), and that of the oil bulk, that they are piled to 16,08 million tons (- 20.0%). In increase, instead, it is the goods conventional with 2,03 million tons (+16.3%) is the not oil bulk with 1,60 million tons (+9.3%).

In the first eight months of the 2019 port it has enlivened a total of 418,16 million tons of goods, with a decrease of -0,5% on the period January-August last year. The containerized cargos have been pairs to 241,32 million tons (- 1.9%) with a container handling that has been attested 24,4 million teu (to +0.4%). The goods conventional has totaled 16,01 million tons (- 2.0%). The oil bulk has grown of +2.1% to 149,27 million tons and in increase of +0.6% they have turned out also the bulk of other type with 11,55 million tons.


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