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Port Of Castellón – The Port For Ceramics

Port of Castellón – the port for ceramics

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Castellón, Spain (PortSEurope) October 1, 2021 – Up to the month of August, the Port of Castellón handled 13.67 tons of ceramics-related cargo in 2021. So far this year, this sector has accounted for 38% of the port’s cargo traffic, up on the previous year’s 31.6%. The Port Authority of Castellón has reported that solid bulk traffic increased by 45.4% in the first 8 months
of the year compared to 2020. The accumulated total for 2021 is 4.44 million tons of solid bulk. It grows in all types of raw material traffic: kaolin 54%, feldspar 50%, zirconium 48% and clays 33%. Ranking – Spain’s Top 5 Ports for Solid Bulk, January-August 2021 Port AuthorityAugustAugustYear-to-dateYear-to-dateVariance(Tonnes)2020202120202021(%)GIJÓN928.9251.419.0458.650.8119.549.34210,39CASTELLÓN744.477929.7044.259.4315.852.96437,41TARRAGONA478.373836.0503.498.0594.682.60133,86FERROL-SAN CIBRAO589.475435.0924.563.2113.987.538-12,62CARTAGENA526.299492.1543.841.9253.865.3440,61All Spanish Ports6.338.9038.036.13548.738.63855.648.64014,18Source: Puertos del Estado In fact, the port of Castelló has closed the month of August as the best month in its history in solid bulk, and this type of traffic is consolidated in second place in the Spanish port system. the port is managed by Autoridad Portuaria de Castelló (APC – Port Authority of Castellon). Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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