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21 January 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 16:50 GMT+1



December 20, 2018

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To November the port of Valencia has enlivened 424 thousand container (+7.5%)

In the first eleven months of this year the total has been of beyond 4,6 million teu (+5.5%)

Last month the port of Valencia has enlivened almost 5,8 million tons of goods, with an increment of +2.0% on November 2017. In the field of the container tons of cargos (+4.7% are enlivened 4,7 million) enlivening container for a total pairs to 424 thousand teu (+7.5%). In increase (+67.6%) also the solid bulk with 196 thousand tons. Decrease, instead, is of the liquid bulk that has attested to 108 thousand tons (- 56.5%) are of the goods conventional that is piled to 758 thousand tons (- 5.5%).

To November 2018 the entire harbour system of Valencia, constituted from the ports of call of Valencia, Sagunto and Gandía, has enlivened 6,4 million tons of goods, with a progression of +4.6% on the same month last year.

In the first eleven months of this year the harbour system has enlivened altogether 68,8 million tons of cargos, with a rise of +1.4% on the period January-November of 2017. The single port of Valencia has enlivened 63,5 million tons (+2.2%), of which 51,9 million tons of goods in container (+1.5%) with a handling of containers pairs to beyond 4,6 million teu (+5.5%), 8,3 million conventional tons of goods (+5.9%), 1,7 million tons of bulk sand banks (+17.5%) and 1,4 million tons of liquid bulk (- 2.7%). In the segment of the passengers, to Valencia the traffic has been of 952 thousand people (- 1.8%), of which 400 thousand crocieristi (0%) and 551 thousand fleeting of the regular lines (- 3.1%).

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