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17 May 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:06 GMT+2



May 12, 2022

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In the first three months of 2022 the traffic of goods in ports Croats increased by +3.7%

Passengers have grown by +23.7%

In the first three months of this year Croatian ports have handled 5.15 million tons of goods, with a progression of +3.7%, of which 1.28 million tons enlivened from the port of Omisalj (-24.0%), 1.22 million tons from the port of Ploce (+52.5%), 1.11 million tons from the port of Rijeka (+10.9%), 607 thousand tons from the port of Bakar (-2.1%) and 493 thousand tons from the port of Split (-0.5%).

The Statistical Office of Croatia has announced that, of the total traffic of goods, that of solid bulk, which is equal to 32% of the overall figure, recorded a growth of +30.7%, that of containerized goods, which is equal to 19% of the total, has marked an increase of +17.9%, while the traffic of liquid bulk, which accounts for 40% of the global figure, has showed a decrease of -16.7%.

Passenger traffic was 2.96 million people (+23.7%). In the ferry segment alone, passengers are over 2.9 million (+23.3%) and in that of cruises about 9 thousand, traffic that in the first quarter of 2021 was absent due to of the pandemic.








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