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Gothenburg lo-lo box traffic up 20% year-on-year

Lo-lo container throughput at Sweden’s biggest port in the nine months to the end of September increased by 20% to 560,000 TEU

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Gothenburg lo-lo box traffic up 20% year-on-year

The increase reflects continuing recovery following business losses due to damaging industrial action in 2017. The recovery is continuing as the increase in H1 2018 was 19%. Hinterland shipment of containers by rail to and from the port increased by 7% to to 283,000 TEU.

 

Rolling traffic was stable at 439,000 units, while year-to-date shipments of new cars increased 4% to 209,000 CEU, although there was a levelling out in September.

 

Energy products traffic totalled 17.7 Mt, up 2% on the corresponding period last year.

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