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Poland’s Gdańsk seaport sets record

12.02.2020 07:16
Poland’s Gdańsk seaport handled a record 52 million tonnes of cargo last year, officials have said.
Image by Wolfgang Schrpfer from Pixabay
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The port’s result of 52.15 million tonnes meant that cargo transhipment was 6.4 percent up on 2018, Polish state news agency PAP reported.

The figure for last year was the fourth highest among ports on the Baltic Sea, bested only by Russia’s Ust-Luga, Primorsk and St. Petersburg, PAP added.

Adam Kłos, of the Port of Gdańsk Authority, said that transhipments at the port had tripled over the last decade.

Poland ended last year with a foreign trade surplus of EUR 1.8 billion, the country’s Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Tuesday.

(pk)

Source: PAP