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The performance of Luka Koper. Despite this, the strategic container segment remained stable in 2020

The pandemic of the coronavirus had a substantial impact on global cargo flows and affected also the performance of Luka Koper. Despite this, the strategic container segment remained stable in 2020.

The pandemic affected directly the liquid cargo, mostly because of reduced consumption of fuels, especially in airline industry. The lower car production output hit the entire supply chain, resulting in lower volumes of general cargo, mostly steel products, and the segment of the dry bulk terminal which is dedicated to raw materials for the steel industry.

Part of the reduction of volumes can be attributed also to the declining trend of thermal coal consumption, resulting from ever-increasing gas emissions taxes. As regards the car segment, the second half of 2020 was more encouraging, with more export volumes handled for the Far East – as a result, the decrease of cars throughput was much smaller than in other comparable European ports

Maritime throughput (in tons)

Jan – Dec 2020

Jan – Dec 2019

Index 20/19

General cargo

945.807

1.280.194

74

Containers

9.268.843

9.475.020

98

Cars

998.201

1.111.433

90

Liquid cargo

3.323.068

4.307.388

77

Dry bulk cargo

4.987.215

6.618.616

75

Total

19.523.133

22.792.650

86

 

 

 

 

Maritime throughput (in units)

Jan – Dec 2020

Jan – Dec 2019

Index 20/19

Containers (TEU)

945.007

959.356

99

Cars (units)

617.157

705.993

87

 

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