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Puertos Del Estado Reports September 2019 Cargo Figures By Port Authority

Puertos del Estado reports September 2019 cargo figures by port authority

Madrid, Spain (PortSEurope) November 6, 2019 – Puertos del Estado, the state-run ports system, reports September 2019 cargo traffic (tonnes) statistics by port authority. Port AuthoritySeptember Year to date   2018201920182019Var. (%)A CORUÑA1.065.1611.190.13611.580.8859.798.990-15,39ALICANTE311.952209.0442.351.5122.215.509-5,78ALMERIA406.815464.2455.229.0174.380.006-16,24AVILES411.840401.5063.777.5593.890.6602,99BAHIA DE ALGECIRAS9.416.6448.683.64481.353.18882.875.5841,87BAHIA DE CADIZ351.361463.8442.954.5503.330.00812,71BALEARES1.421.2231.375.94212.740.63113.245.3483,96BARCELONA5.178.3125.657.85649.807.92651.954.3484,31BILBAO2.825.4783.192.43926.658.50126.581.844-0,29CARTAGENA2.598.9792.737.35024.744.42326.077.0735,39CASTELLON2.010.6781.780.35216.150.71115.537.261-3,80CEUTA198.441180.8741.862.3991.940.5154,19FERROL-SAN CIBRAO916.430978.4499.937.6428.864.929-10,79GIJON1.385.6841.334.72514.482.67713.464.537-7,03HUELVA3.087.3362.874.99624.052.61526.154.8668,74LAS PALMAS2.093.6992.323.52020.105.24619.865.048-1,19MALAGA257.058374.1002.173.5052.610.77120,12MARIN Y RIA DE PONTEVEDRA179.057219.7391.838.3961.802.355-1,96MELILLA67.71167.933665.985643.868-3,32MOTRIL219.990201.7472.168.2822.075.577-4,28PASAIA273.339236.4672.312.8592.379.5082,88SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE1.005.5731.049.1369.828.7399.456.391-3,79SANTANDER433.652559.8644.264.6934.862.35514,01SEVILLA397.080384.1723.106.1763.120.2090,45TARRAGONA2.683.5532.827.63723.733.35225.085.8105,70VALENCIA6.023.9446.349.00356.829.41361.682.0828,54VIGO343.916362.2723.271.4203.234.617-1,12VILAGARCIA106.133149.490879.020994.76713,17Total 45.671.03746.630.482418.861.322428.124.8352,21 Includes loading, offloading, transit and transshipment. The state-owned Puertos del Estado (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. 2019.

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