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19 January 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 05:30 GMT+1



January 10, 2020

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In the 2019 port of Amsterdam it has enlivened 86,3 million tons of goods (+6%)

Decided decrease of the crocieristi

In the 2019 port of Amsterdam it has enlivened a traffic of the goods record pairs to 86,3 million tons, with an increment of +6% on the year precedence. It is the solid bulk that those liquid have recorded increases of +6% attesting respective to 33,6 million tons and 50,0 million tons. The Harbour Authority of the Dutch port of call has specified that the increase of the bulk sand banks has benefitted in particular of the rise of the coal traffic that is gone up by 13,1 million tons in 2018 to 15,5 million in 2019, progression - has specified the agency - than does not preview has structural character last December also as a result of the closing of an electric power plant to Amsterdam happened. Last year the traffics of container and rotabili enlivened from the port of call are increased respective of +12% and +17%.

Moreover in the 2019 port of Amsterdam precedence is scaled by 117 cruise ships for a total of 294 thousand fleeting regarding 180 fleeting ships for 425 thousand in the year, decrease - it has explained the harbour agency - determined from the introduction on January 1°, 2018 of a tax on tourism. The authority previews that in the 2020 crocieristico traffic he will remain stable.

In the 2019 entire harbour system of Amsterdam, constituted from the ports of Amsterdam, Beverwijk, Ijmuiden and Zaanstad, it has enlivened 105,0 million tons of goods regarding 108,8 million in 2018.




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