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Mundra among ports registering double-digit box traffic growth in 2016

17 April 2017 | London
 

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The top 100 container ports in the world handled 555.6 million Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU) in 2016, a marginal increase of 1.8% in volume over the previous year. In 2015, throughput had grown by 1.4%.

The 2016 figure was led by a number of ports registering double-digit growth. Among them were Port Klang (10.8%), Colombo (10.6%), Manila (11.3%), Piraeus (10.4%), Mundra (18.7%), Salalah (29.4%), Incheon (12.6%), Fuzhou (10%), Chittagong (15.9%), Barcelona (14.5%), Bandar Abbas (23.6%) and Cai Mep (35.3%).

   
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