The port of Hamburg loses twelve per cent. of its envelope
The pandemic-related envelope decrease with containers has the turnover in Germany’s largest seaport a break-in.
The port of Hamburg has lost in the first six months of this year, twelve per cent of the cargo handled compared with the same period of the previous year.
Because of the effects of the Corona pandemic, only 61.2 million tonnes were loaded or deleted, informed the Marketing company of the port on Friday in the Hanseatic city. The important container handling declined by 12.4 percent. A total of 4.1 million standard containers (TEU) in the first half of the Kaikanten lifted.
The pandemic-related envelope fall to have met all of the ports in Northern Europe, said Axel Mattern, one of the members of the management Board of port of Hamburg Marketing. The global supply chains were set in the second quarter, partially or were delayed, the economy worldwide is weak. The Import via the port of Hamburg fell even more than exports, especially of iron ore and coal.