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Koper Port Sees Further Fall In Cargo Traffic In October

Koper port sees further fall in cargo traffic in October

Source: PortSEurope
Koper, Slovenia (PortSEurope) December 21, 2020 – In October, as well as in the previous seven months, the traffic of goods moved from Koper port registered a fall, amounting to 1.27 million tons, a reduction of -31.4% compared to October 2019. Containerized traffic decreased by -10.0% to 683,000 tons. Ro-Ro was down to 101,000 tons (-19.7%), as well as liquid and solid bulk 226,000 tons (-46.8%)
and 147,000 tons (-66.3%) respectively. Conventional goods increased by +6.3% to 112,000 tons. In the first ten months of 2020, the port handled a total of 15.34 million tons of cargo, a decrease of -19.8% on the same period of last year. The volumes of traffic handled in all the main segments were down, starting with containerized goods which totaled 6.83 million tons (-10.3%). The rolling stock was 804,000 tons (-13.2%) and conventional goods to 952,000 tons (-14.9%). Liquid and solid bulk products fell by -22.3% and -32.7% respectively to 2.85 million and 3.90 million tons. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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