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29 January 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:22 GMT+1

October 9, 2019

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In the third trimester of this year the traffic of the goods in the port of Koper is increased of +2.5%

Decrease of the conventional container and the goods. Rise of the bulk

In the third trimester of this year the traffic of the goods in the port of Koper is increased of +2.5% regarding the same period of 2018, increase that is produced by the rise of the bulk volumes that has compensated a decrease of the goods several. Altogether the traffic has been of 5,82 million tons of cargos regarding 5,68 million tons in the period July-september last year. In the field of the container the total has been of 2,31 million tons (- 5.5%) realized with a handling of containers pairs to 236.596 teu (- 6.9%). The goods conventional is piled to 238 thousand tons (- 27.7%). In the segment of the traffic of new cars handling has been of 162 thousand vehicles (+0.5%). The volumes of traffic of the solid bulk and those liquid are increased respective of +2.4% and +32.1% attesting to 1,70 million and 1,30 million tons.

In the first nine months of the 2019 Slovenian port it has totally enlivened 17,74 million tons of cargos, with an light progression of +0.4% on the correspondent period last year. In the section of the container tons (+1.6%) totaled with a container handling are enlivened 7,25 million pairs to 734.487 teu (- 1.0%). The goods conventional has been pairs to 942 thousand tons (- 14.4%). The traffic of motors vehicle has been of 504 thousand unit (- 11.6%). The solid bulk is dropped of -5,5% coming down to the 5,54 million one tons, while the liquid bulk is increased of +19.2% 3,22 million to tons.

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