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Naples Port Traffic Down Over 3% In August 2020

Naples port traffic down over 3% in August 2020

Source: PortSEurope
Naples, Italy (PortSEurope) November 2, 2020 – In August this year, the ports if Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mar Tirreno Centro-Settentrionale (AdSP – Centre-North Tyrrhenian Sea Port Authority) handled 2.61 million tons of goods, a decline of -3.3% on August 2019, of which 1.47 million tons handled by the port of Naples (-8.1%) and 1.01 million tons vy the port of Salerno (+ 1.6%).
Naples port reported various goods amounted to 931,000 tons (-9.2%), of which 523,000 tons of containerized goods (-7.3%) and 409,000 tons of rolling stock (-11.6%), while the bulk liquid totaled 456,000 tons (-10.1%) and solid liquid 86,000 tons (+ 23.9%). Last August in Naples, scheduled passengers were 751,000 (-33.0%) and cruise passengers over 3,000 (-98.5%). In Salerno the traffic of various goods was 1.07 million tons (+ 1.0%), of which 713,000 tons of rolling stock (+ 13.0%) and 354,000 tons of containerized goods (-16.7% ). The solid bulk is attested to over 9,000 tons (+ 190.2%). In the passenger sector, the traffic of scheduled services decreased by -42.0% with 129,000 people handled, while the cruise traffic was zero. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2020.

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