Istanbul, Turkey (PortSEurope) October 12, 2021 – The General Directorate of Maritime Affairs has reported total cargo statistics for Turkish seaports for the period January-September 2021. For this period, total cargo was 389.87 million tons, compared to 344.88 million tons in the period January-August 2021. In January-September 2021, foreign trade accounted for 286.38 million tons; cabotage 46.34 million; and transit 57.05 million tons. Cargo handling
statistics at Turkish ports according to port authority, January-September 2021 Port Authority/TonsForeign TradeCabotageTransitCargo HandlingAlanya116.15100116.151Aliağa44.813.0387.563.816118.54252.495.396Amasra02.50002.500Ambarlı13.871.3131.696.9858.168.38623.736.684Antalya3.251.0481.984.83705.235.885Ayvalık1.078001.078Bandıma3.867.956522.92204.390.878Bartın1.507.52676.39501.583.921Botaş9.518.8212.864.71935.746.15348.129.693Bozcaada06950695Çanakkale2.728.028536.27403.264.302Çeşme1.081.03418.64001.099.674Dikili362.59013.1700375.760Fatsa95.7364.5060100.242Gemlik9.972.4302.043.19548.16112.063.786Giresun770.52400770.524Göcek026.885026.885Güllük6.056.41132306.056.734Hopa189.309267.48319.168475.960İnebolu86.334138.3280224.662İskenderun44.366.4635.736.888480.42250.583.773İstanbul520.5461.296.76614.1381.831.450İzmir5.231.385671.530225.902.937Karabiga9.964.089910.982010.875.071Karadeniz Ereğli6.845.0611.648.20508.493.266Karasu1.397.20045001.397.650Kefken01.41001.410Kocaeli51.420.6918.748.7981.106.27961.275.768Marmara Adası545.223713.72101.258.944Marmaris09.00209.002Mersin27.306.7831.459.206897.08029.663.069Rize182.174319.8860502.060Samsun8.292.9251.447.80009.740.725Silivri06550655Taşucu3.222.8649.92503.232.789Tekirdağ12.873.1303.722.79710.448.18527.044.112Tirebolu0281.8480281.848Trabzon1.456.596181.42701.638.023Tuzla3.661.676549.0948.9434.219.713Ünye387.152424.2320811.384Yalova2.095.809227.23902.323.048Zonguldak8.325.986220.64608.546.632Total286.385.08046.344.18057.055.479389.784.739Source: Denizcilik Genel Müdürlüğü-Deniz Ticaretini Geliştirme Daire Başkanlığı(General Directorate of Maritime Affairs – Department of Maritime Trade Development) Full statistics for cargo handling statistics at Turkish ports according to the harbour masters area of jurisdiction, January-September 2021, can be accessed here Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.
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