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05 July 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:36 GMT+2



June 19, 2020

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The port of Bremen has barely been touched by the impact pandemic

Last April, significant declines in the conventional goods and cars

Last April, the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on maritime trade seems to have affected only marginally activity of the German port of Bremen/Bremerhaven month, when the downward trend of the number of people infected in Germany, has affected 5.95 million tonnes of goods, down -0.6% in April 2019 which was produced by the significant decrease in -14.0% outbound traffic, which stood at 2.65 million tonnes, while the incoming one increased by 3.30 million tonnes.

As with other major port ports in the world, in Bremen The impact on overall traffic was felt more in the new factory car traffic segment German port experienced a sharp drop of -54.7% as it fell more than 88,000 vehicles, as well as in the miscellaneous non-containerized goods in which they have been handled 494 thousand tonnes (-36.2%), of which 223,000 tonnes of rolling stock (-44.4%), 65,000 tonnes of steelworks (-74.5%), 48,000 tonnes tonnes of forest products (-18.6%) and 158 thousand tons of other loads (167.8%).

Container traffic counted in terms of containers 20 feet (teu) eventful was equal to 400,000 teu, with a decrease of -2.0%, traffic, which is instead up by 1.7% when calculated in terms of weight 4.63 million tonnes. Decided, moreover, the increase in bulk, with liquid loads totaled 195,000 tonnes (up 30.0%) and solid ones 635 thousand tonnes (up 22.8%) including 346 thousand tonnes of minerals (up 4.8%), 44,000 tonnes of cereals and food (-10.2%), 22,000 tonnes of coal and coking coal (120.0%) and 418 thousand tons of other solid bulks (50.4%).

In the first quarter of 2020, the German port a total of 23.77 million tonnes of goods, with a total of 0.7% increase over the January-April period last year, 12.05 million tonnes at landing (up 1.5%) 11.72 million tonnes at boarding (-0.2%). The total number of goods 20.91 million tonnes, or 1.0%, of which 18.01 million tonnes of container goods (up 1.3%) Made with a container handling of 1.61 million teu (-2,6%) 2.90 million tonnes of conventional goods (-0.9%). Liquid bulks amounted to 689 thousand tonnes (up 16.4%) And 2.18 million tonnes (-6.2%).




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