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21 April 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:44 GMT+2

July 20, 2018

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In the first semester of this year the traffic of the goods port of Ancona has grown of +3.3%

Passengers of the ferries and the cruises in increase of +13.1%

In the first semester of this year the port of Ancona has enlivened 4,4 million tons of goods, with a progression of +3.3% regarding 4,2 million tons in the same period of 2017. The Authority of Harbour System of Mare Adriatico Centrale has announced that positive it has been increment (+10.5%) of the goods liquid to Falconara Marittima, with total 2,5 million tons against 2,2 million tons in the first six months last year. In increase of +6.6% the movement of the goods in the Tir, gone up from 1,1 million to 1,2 million tons, segment - it has specified the harbour agency - in which the line for continuous Albania to show dynamism hard while the data of Croatia and Greece remain stable. If the traffic of the container has turned out online with that of first semester 2017, in decided bending (- 50.9%) have turned out that of the goods helter-skelter to cause above all - has explained the AdSP - of insufficient handling of the cereals and crude ores.

As for the passengers, between ferries and cruises they have grown of +13.1% between the first semester of 2017 and 2018 passing from 304.149 to 343.888.

With regard to the other administered harbour ports of call from the AdSP of Mare Adriatico Centrale, the port of Pesaro has recorded an increment of +17.2% of the passengers of the cruises and the ferries. In the port of Ortona an increase of +2.8% of the traffic of the goods is found solid and liquid, with 498.653 tons regarding the 485,028 of the period January-june 2017.

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