Hong Kong, China (PortSEurope) May 17, 2020 – COSCO SHIPPING Ports Limited has published container throughput for April 2020 showing a global 5.3% fall compared to the same period of 2019. The figures show the effect of the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis with all terminals showing a April 2020 decline compared to 2019, except the low volume Suez Canal Container Terminal. During the crisis, ports have
been largely operational, receiving vessels but increasing storage of containers at port facilities due to ongoing logistical supply chain interruptions. Terminal (’000 TEU)Month Month Month Yoy YoyYoy AprApryoyJan-AprJan -Apryoy20202019(%)20202019(%)Piraeus Container Terminal392.9406.1-3.31,608.81,652.1-2.6%Suez Canal Container Terminal60.25.31030.3218.75.34005.2Kumport Liman 96.6105.2-8.1404.5397.81.7Antwerp Gateway175.3186.8-6.1684.2705.8-3.1Euromax Terminal Rotterdam188.4272.8-30.97891,027.2-23.2Reefer Terminal4.54.7-4.62017.812CSP (Spain)280.8335.7-16.31,082.21,259.1-14.1CSP Zeebrugge Terminal47.317.6168.5200.5106.688 Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.
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