Ports & TerminalsThe breakbulk segment in Antwerp had its best three months since the second quarter of 2019. Antwerp’s breakbulk volume has taken heavy hits in the past two years but in the past quarter, it was...Read more
Throughput in the port of Rotterdam decreased by 9.1 per cent in the first half of the year compared with 2019, amounting to 218.9 million tonnes. Container throughput was only 3.3 per cent down on...Read more
Port of RotterdamThe Port of Rotterdam expects throughput may fall by up to twenty per cent this year due to the corona crisis. “So yes, results will be bad”, says Allard Castelein, CEO of the Rotterdam Port...Read more
Ports & TerminalsCargo throughput in the port of Rotterdam fell by 9.3% to 112.4 million tonnes in the first quarter. The coronavirus outbreak has resulted in significantly lower demand and a large number of cancelled sailings. The...Read more
Throughput figuresRotterdam’s breakbulk volume has grown by 4.4% in the first nine months of 2019. The port authority says there was an increase in all traditional markets including aluminium and steel. On the contrary, Port of...Read more
The trade war and economic slowdown have negatively impacted breakbulk volumes in Antwerp. Overall breakbulk volumes including ro/ro dropped by 9% in the first nine months of this year. The throughput of conventional breakbulk, which...Read more
ThroughputThe port of Zeebrugge has recorded a growth of 12.5% in the first semester of 2019. In total, the Belgian port handled 21.9 million tons of cargo.
The growth is mainly attributable to the roll-on/roll-off traffics...Read more
North Sea Port booked a throughput of 36.6 million tonnes in the first half of 2019, reflecting a growth of 2%. However, increased containerisation of food products led to a drop of 10% in breakbulk...Read more
The Port of Rotterdam saw its conventional breakbulk volumes grow with 3.1% in the first quarter of 2019. The lifting of the American import ban on Russian aluminium had a lot to do with that,...Read more
Quarterly resultsEurope’s biggest breakbulk port, Antwerp, posted another decline in throughput of conventional breakbulk cargoes. The port contributes the decrease to the “exceptional” first quarter of 2018 when anticipated US import levies drove a build-up of...Read more
Iberian ports in 2018 moved a combined total of 656 million tons of cargo. That is a new record, reports Atlantico Business Development.
Spanish ports accounted for the majority of the throughput, with a total of...Read more
RotterdamThroughput in Rotterdam reached a new record in 2018 thanks to growth in container transhipment, but growth in breakbulk remained flat.
At 469.0 million tonnes, the port of Rotterdam’s total throughput volume ended up slightly higher...Read more