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Puertos Del Estado – January 2017 Cargo Traffic By Port Authority

Puertos del Estado – January 2017 cargo traffic by port authority

Madrid, Spain (PortSEurope) March 29, 2017 – Puertos del Estado, the state-run ports system, reports January 2017 cargo traffic (tonnes) statistics by port authority. Port Traffic (Tonnes) Port Authority Jan-17 Year total 2016 2017 2016 2017 Var(%) A Coruña 1,060,800 1,286,493 1,060,800 1,286,493 21.28 Alicante 243,035 227,748 243,035 227,748 -6.29 Almería 396,484 364,561 396,484 364,561 -8.05 Avilés 350,17 393,227 350,17 393,227 12.30 Bahía de Algeciras 8,483,679
8,801,028 8,483,679 8,801,028 3.74 Bahía de Cádiz 334,965 323,75 334,965 323,75 -3.35 Baleares 784,626 930,156 784,626 930,156 18.55 Barcelona 3,460,460 3,661,622 3,460,460 3,661,622 5.81 Bilbao 1,930,733 2,273,307 1,930,733 2,273,307 17.74 Cartagena 2,580,967 2,834,884 2,580,967 2,834,884 9.84 Castellón 1,185,219 1,501,480 1,185,219 1,501,480 26.68 Ceuta 233,948 185,128 233,948 185,128 -20.87 Ferrol-S. Cibrao 754,838 1,322,753 754,838 1,322,753 75.24 Gijón 1,744,136 1,611,877 1,744,136 1,611,877 -7.58 Huelva 2,892,424 2,686,583 2,892,424 2,686,583 -7.12 Las Palmas 1,832,045 1,979,186 1,832,045 1,979,186 8.03 Málaga 162,917 149,654 162,917 149,654 -8.14 Marín y Ría de Pontevedra 137,534 189,94 137,534 189,94 38.10 Melilla 86,597 88,602 86,597 88,602 2.32 Motril 153,65 134,833 153,65 134,833 -12.25 Pasaia 259,301 218,087 259,301 218,087 -15.89 Santa Cruz de Tenerife 1,241,669 1,096,418 1,241,669 1,096,418 -11.70 Santander 253,341 393,203 253,341 393,203 55.21 Sevilla 368,574 303,967 368,574 303,967 -17.53 Tarragona 3,018,833 3,018,833 3,018,833 3,018,833 0.00 Valencia 5,482,465 5,967,213 5,482,465 5,967,213 8.84 Vigo 279,807 285,796 279,807 285,796 2.14 Vilagarcía 84,407 83,532 84,407 83,532 -1.04 TOTAL 39,797,624 42,313,861 39,797,624 42,313,861 6.32 The state-owned Spanish Port System includes 46 ports of general interest, managed by 28 Port Authorities, whose coordination and efficiency control corresponds to the government agency Puertos del Estado, a body answerable to the Ministry of Public Works that is responsible for implementing the government’s port policy. Source: Puertos del Estado Copyright (c) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2017.

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