Throughput at the main Kwai Tsing terminals expanded10.5% to 1.379 million TEUs while other terminals volumes climbed by 8.0% on year to 360,000 TEUs.

For the first four months, box traffic at the port surged 12.7% from the previous year to 6.658 million TEUs.Kwai Tsing terminals handled 5,241 million TEUs, up 12.0% year on year and other terminals processed 141,7000 TEUs, up 17.5% from a year before.

http://www.jiffa.or.jp/en/news/entry-4734.html

Source: jiffa
2017-05-19

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