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Port of Tallinn's cargo grew by 5.4% in November year-on-year

In November 2014, the ports managed by the Estonian state-owned Tallinna Sadam (Port of Tallinn) handled 2.3 million tonnes of goods and serviced 652,600 passengers; while the cargo volume grew by 5.4% year-on-year, the number of passengers fell by 1.2% in a year, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

The biggest cargo group was in November liquid cargo with 1.35 million tonnes, which is by 2.7% more than a year ago. The volume of cargo transported in containers was 171,100 tonnes, a growth of 8.2%. The volume of ro-ro cargo grew by 3.9% to 346,700 and the volume of solid bulk goods grew by 20.4% to 384,800 tonnes.

In 11 months, the company's cargo volumes have stayed unchanged from last year at 25.866 million tonnes. The biggest cargo group was liquid cargo with 17.2 million tonnes, a fall by 0.7% while transport of solid bulk goods fell 14.8% to 2.5 million tonnes. The number of cargo containers was 243,328 TEU, a growth of 3.2% while the volume of cargo transported in containers grew by 12.1% to 1.8 million tonnes.

In 11 months, the ports serviced 8.85 million passengers, a growth by 4.3% as compared to the same time last year. In November, the passenger number was 652,600, a fall of 1.2% in a year.

(Baltic Course, http://www.baltic-course.com/eng/good_for_business/?doc=99694)

04.12.2014

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