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01 April 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 11:34 GMT+2



March 18, 2020

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In February, ships passed through the Suez Canal carrying 84.1 million tonnes of goods (up 8.8%)

Loads on southbound units were 51.0 million tonnes (up 26.4%) and those heading north 33.1 million tonnes (-10.4%)

Last month, 1,525 ships passed through the Suez Canal, an increase of 12.7% on February 2019, a unit on which a total of 84.1 million tonnes were on board 8.8%, of which 51.0 million tonnes of cargo on the ships that have passed through the southbound channel (26.4%) 33.1 million tonnes on ships heading north (-10.4%). Among the 5.9 million tonnes of cargo on ships bound for the south had been ports in the northern Mediterranean (up 27.2%), mainly in Italian port ports, while among the goods on ships heading north nearly 6.1 million tonnes were ports in the northern Mediterranean (-8.5%).

In the first two months of 2020, the Egyptian canal passed 3,170 ships in total, with an increase of 10.5% on same period last year, with a total of 173.3 million tonnes of goods (up 9.3%), of which 103.5 million tonnes of goods tonnes on ships heading south (up 29.1%) 69.8 million tonnes of cargo on those heading north (-11.0%). With regard to cargoes on ships heading south, 127.2 million tonnes were oil and petroleum products (44.1%) 75.9 million tonnes of other goods (up 24.4%) Between 40.5 million tonnes of containerized cargo (up 6.9%), while in relation to cargoes on ships heading north oil and petroleum products amounted to 13.0 million tonnes (-34.0%) and other goods at 56.8 million tonnes (-3,3%) including 41.8 million tonnes of container goods (-3,0%).




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