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April 29, 2020

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In the first quarter of this year, freight traffic Ports of the Central Tyrrhenian Sea decreased by -2.3%

In March, there was a decrease of -14.7%. Strong drop in passengers due to health crisis

In the first quarter of 2020, the traffic of goods naples, Salerno and Castellammare di Stabia, which are administered by the Port Authority of the Sea Central Tyrrhenian, amounted to 7.69 million tonnes, down -2.3% in the first three months of last year, of which 4.39 million tonnes at landing (-2.6%) 3.33 million tonnes at boarding (-1.7%). The flexion was generated decrease in traffic in March alone. this year, which amounted to 2.50 million tonnes a decrease of -14.7% in March 2019, which followed a reduction of -14.7% increases of 6.5% and 3.8% in January, respectively Feb.

In the miscellaneous goods sector alone, quarterly traffic in Ports of the Central Tyrrhenian Sea was 6.02 million tonnes (-4.6%), of which 2.84 million tonnes of goods in containers (-1.8%), 2.99 million tonnes of rolling stock (-5.7%) And 189 thousand tonnes of other cargo (-22.5%). In the port of Naples containerized traffic was 1.62 million tonnes (-0.7%) and it was totaled with a container handling of 160,180 teu (-3.8%) Included 118,737 full teu (up 0.6%) 41,443 empty teu (-14.6%). In the port of Container traffic was 1.22 million tonnes (-3.9%) and it was made with a container handling of 98,499 teu (-3.4%) including 74,856 full teu (-3.7%) 23,643 empty teu (-2.3%).

In March 2020 alone, container traffic in the port Naples was equal to 58,273 teu (-16.2%) and that of Salerno at 31,053 teu (-10.9%).

In the first three months of this year, the traffic of rolling stock Port of Naples was 963.2 million tonnes (-16,4%) Salerno to 2.03 million tonnes 0.4%).

In Addition, 1.36 million tonnes of liquid bulks (up 8.0%), of which 982 thousand tonnes of refined petroleum products (20.0%), 13,000 tonnes of petroleum products, liquefied or compressed and natural gas (-4,0%) 63,000 tonnes of other liquid bulks (-43.8%), 284,000 tonnes of solid bulk (up 9.1%), of which 102 thousand tonnes of cereals (-4.0%), 64,000 tonnes of cereals metallurgical (up 14.5%) and 119,000 tons of other solid bulks 20.2%). In Salerno, solid bulks amounted to 36,000 tonnes (-24.7%).

With regard to passenger traffic, if in the first quarter this year, cruise traffic has cleared up in the compared to 21,000 cruisers in the corresponding 2019 period mainly due to the interruption of cruise activities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the health crisis, which also led to the suspension of the almost totality of passenger transport by ferries and local services, has led to a sharp contraction in the maritime services, with 953 thousand passengers naples (-31.3%) and 28,000 in that of Salerno (-22.0%).


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