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22 May 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 19:29 GMT+2



May 9, 2019

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The port of Venice has archived item the first trimester with a decrease of the -5,8% of the traffic of the goods

Crocieristi decreasing of -36,2%

In the first trimester of this year the port of Venice has enlivened 6,47 million tons of goods, with a decrease of the -5,8% on the same period of 2018, of which 5,16 million tons of cargos to disembarkation (- 6.7%) and 1,31 million tons to the boarding (- 2.2%).

Altogether the goods several tons (+2.4% have been 2,45 million), of which 1,40 million containerized tons of goods (+3.1%) pairs to 143.033 teu (- 3.6%), 431 thousand tons of rotabili (- 7.4%) and 626 thousand realized with a handling of containers several tons of other goods (+8.6%).

The traffic of the liquid bulk is dropped of -4,7% to the 2,24 million one tons, of which 1,84 million producing tons of oil refined (- 6.5%), 275 thousand chemicals tons of (- to 11.1%) and 126 thousand tons of other liquid bulk (+73.6%). In bending also the solid bulk with 1,77 million tons (- 16.4%), between which 460 thousand tons of coal and lignite (- 12.0%), 431 thousand tons of producing metalworkers (- 38.4%), 404 thousand tons of alimentary commodities, oleaginous feeds and (+5.7%), 210 thousand tons of cereals (- 27.3%), 107 thousand tons of minerals, concretes and soccers (- 2.4%), 31 thousand chemicals tons of (- 36.1%) and 120 thousand tons of other solid bulk (+115.1%).

In the first three months of the 2019 traffic of the passengers she has been of 29 thousand people (- 26.6%), of which 17 thousand crocieristi (- 36.2%).




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