Topic: Throughput

Antwerp sees sharp rise in breakbulk volume

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

More ro/ro, less breakbulk in port of Zeebrugge

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Again less breakbulk for Port of Antwerp

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Spanish ports on the rise

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

New record for Rotterdam, but breakbulk remains flat

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers
throughput | Project Cargo Journal

Topic: Throughput

Antwerp sees sharp rise in breakbulk volume

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

More ro/ro, less breakbulk in port of Zeebrugge

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Again less breakbulk for Port of Antwerp

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Spanish ports on the rise

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

New record for Rotterdam, but breakbulk remains flat

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
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers