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Half year review of port of Turku

The steepest decrease of Port of Turku was noted in domestic traffic which contracted by 54.8% year-on-year to just over 47.9kt.

At the same time, exports and imports declined by 11.1% yoy and 1.5% yoy to 644.1kt and 513.9kt, respectively.

A total of 49,491 trucks and trailers went through Turku's quays, down by 11.5% yoy. On the other hand, container traffic rose by as much as 47.8% yoy to 1,690 TEUs.

Read more on Baltic Transport Journal.

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