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Ports Of Genoa Records +6% In November Cargo Traffic

Ports of Genoa records +6% in November cargo traffic

Source: PortSEurope
Genoa, Italy (PortSEurope) January 5, 2022 – In November, commercial traffic in the ports of Genoa recorded a growth of +6% compared to the same month of 2020 (+10.7% in the year-to-date) and -0.2% compared to 2019 (- 5.5% compared to the period January-November 2019). Container traffic recorded 214,580 TEUs, down compared to 2020 (-6.1%), but up +4.8% compared to 2019 and a decrease of 1.3 % (compared to 2020) in the movement of full
containers, which in comparison with November 2019 rises to +11.7%. The handling of containers in year-to-date 2021 at 2,564,945 TEU, equal to +13% compared to 2020 and +4.4% compared to 2019. Conventional traffic, including traffic rolling stock and the specialist, stands at 1,224,442 tons (respectively +0.9% and -3% compared to November 2020, and 2019) showing a slight slowdown compared to the overall trend in late October and closing the first 11 months at approximately 13.7 million tons handled, equal to an increase of 13.2%, compared to the same period of 2020 but, on levels lower than those recorded in 2019 (-3.0%). Liquid bulk saw an increase in the traffic of mineral oils compared to the same period of the previous year (+25.5%), and a decrease compared to 2019 (-3.0%). Vegetable oils and wine recorded +54.1% and +25.7% over the same period of the previous two years, while the chemicals showed negative performance both when compared to November 2020 (-1.9%), both with the volumes of 2019 (-27.4%). Solid bulk saw a +2.4% compared to 2020, but a decrease of 16.3% compared to the same month of 2019 . The passenger sector recorded 133,090 passengers, showing a growth in percentage terms compared to the same month last year of 347.5% (-43.4% compared to November 2019) indicating a gradual recovery of the sector. Full cargo statistics for Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mar Ligure Occidentale (AdSP – Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority) can be accessed here Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2022.

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