How have the ports of Civitavecchia, Fiumicino and Gaeta done this first semester 2016?

Well, we can say the network of Ports of Rome, on the eve of the long-awaited reform of the port system, can continue to sail on calm waters.

Here's a summary of the most significative data regarding freight, passengers and vehicles.

Ports of Civitavecchia, Fiumicino and Gaeta: traffic first semester 2016

In general, there has been a growth of 5%, equal to over 360 thousand tonnes, compared to the first half of 2015.

Overall, in the first six months of the year, 8,168 million tonnes of goods more have been moved: between these, a slight flexion (-2%) of liquid goods while increasing the dry goods (+8%).

Among the dry goods grow both the bulk (+12%) and goods in packages (+4%). In particular, among the solid bulk goods bulk, it has been recorded a +6% for coal, +153% for raw mineral, cements and lime, +35% other solid bulk cargoes, +24% chemical products. In decline only fertilizers (39%) and metallurgical products (-3%).

Ports of Rome and Lazio: traffic first semester 2016

Ports of Rome and Lazio: traffic first semester 2016

Regarding the traffic of vehicles, growth of +14% of number of shipyards, +18% for line passengers, +28% lorries in complex, referred +21% vehicles accompanying passengers and +80% new cars, slight decline in heavy vehicles (-3%). 

Stable traffic of cruise travellers equal to 840,582 people as per 30th June 2016 (166 cruise travellers less than in 2015), although embarkations/disembarkations decrease (-36.901), transits grow (+36.735).

Looking at every port individually, Civitavecchia does good, with +6% (+304 thousand tonnes), Gaeta very well with +35% (+297 thousand tonnes) while Fiumicino declines slightly, in the first six months recorded a fall of 13% (-238 thousand tons).

(Source, Port Authorities of Civitavecchia-Fiumicino-Gaeta | Ports of Rome and Lazio)

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