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25 November 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:30 GMT+1



October 23, 2020

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In the third quarter, freight traffic in the port of Venice fell by -8.0%

Both miscellaneous goods (-4.8%) and liquid bulk (-2,8%) solid bulk (-22.7%)

In the third quarter of this year, the decline in traffic goods moveded by the port of Venice, in place by the previous seven consecutive quarterly periods, has subsided as passed through the airport 5.53 million tons of loads, with a decrease of -8.0% on the same quarter of 2019. Goods at the landing amounted to 4.28 million tonnes (-9.3%) and those 1.26 million tonnes (-5.2%).

In total, miscellaneous goods totalled 2.22 million tonnes (-4.8%), of which 1.22 million tonnes of goods in container (-12.1%) made with a handling of containers equal to 130,000 teu (-8.1%), 441,000 tons of rolling stock (+5.7%) And 557,000 tons of other miscellaneous goods (+6.3%). In the field of in liquid bulk, the total was 2.28 million tonnes (-2.8%), including 1.97 million tonnes of refined oil products (-1.7%), 265,000 tons of chemicals (-0.3%) and 49,000 tons of other liquid bulk (-37,1%). Dry bulk was 1.03 million tonnes (-22.7%), of which 348,000 tonnes of feed, fodder and oilseeds (-15.7%), 267,000 tons of metallurgical products (-12.5%), 96,000 tons of coal (-66.4%), 77,000 tons minerals (-17.5%), 33,000 tons of cereals (-67.3%), 31,000 tonnes of chemicals (+36.9%) and 182,000 tons of other solid bulk (+55.2%).

The third quarter of 2020 results in the passenger traffic is 26,000 people moved by the services (-76.4%), while cruise traffic zeroed compared to 744,000 cruise workers in the period July-September last year.

In the first nine months of this year, the port of Venice 16.62 million tonnes of goods, with a decrease of -11.1% over the corresponding period of 2019. Traffic from the port of Chioggia, also administered by the Port System Authority of the Sea Northern Adriatic, was equal to 637,000 tons (-33,0%).

The Extraordinary Commissioner of the AdSP of the Adriatic Sea Northern, Pino Musolino, pointed out that "by analyzing data per quarter show signs of improvement in the period between July and September compared to the first two quarters of the year. The economic decline - he explained - is in fact -8.5% compared to -14.3% in the April-June period, and this without consider the "ballast" of coal products which, inevitably given the national energy choices, are destined to to become residual in the composition of the goods traded in the our ports. In addition, the third quarter presents positive data for the ro-ro sector (+24,000 tonnes); it's the result best quarterly recorded since June 2019. The sector, too, despite the chronic decline in coal, shows some improvements: the third quarter is the best among those in the 2020 even if the values are not yet at the levels recorded in the third quarter of 2019. The same applies to containers, where sees an improvement trend in the third quarter of 2020 despite the values still lower than those of the year the previous one.'

"The System Authority - underlined Musolino - is working hard to support these important signals that denote the resilience of our airports and does so in the first place, restoring accessibility at maximum speed boating and the fishing of navigable canals. Only in the month of september 26,000 cubic meters of sediment were excavated in the port of San Leonardo and 2,000 cubic meters in the Western Channel of Porto Marghera. Also in the Venetian airport, the insights on the analysis of the sediments of the Frog Dock and is now being drafted the escavo project that will then be transmitted to piopp. With regard to the escavo activity of the Malamocco-Marghera Canal, authorized at the beginning of October, AdSP is carrying out all the preparatory actions for the start of the such as the batimmetric surveys useful for planning the work and to identify priority areas for action and the preparation of the documentation to be sent to the Captaincy of port and piopp. Finally, with regard to the port of Chioggia, the AdSP has completed the drafting of the project for the maintenance of of the val da rio accosti and is now waiting for authorization to start of the works by the Provveditorato.'




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