Brazilian container handling by trade lane in 2020Feb, 08, 2021 Posted by Ruth Hollard
Did the Covid-19 pandemic change Brazilian container handling with other trade lanes?
Data from DataLiner shows that last year Brazilian exports to the main trade lanes grew while imports fell. See below the data by region:
The Mediterranean and the Black Sea
In this trade lane, exports grew 3.01% compared to 2019, while imports fell 1.26%.
The Far East, Southeast Asia, and Oceania
Here, exports grew by 11.86% in 2020. Imports fell by 6.25%.
Northern Europe and the Baltic region
For this trade lane, exports rose 3.23%, while imports fell 4.54%.
Southeast Africa, Middle East, and Indian subcontinent
In this trade lane, exports grew by 10.45%. Imports fell sharply in 2020, by 29.16%.
Exports for this trade lane grew by 12.11% in 2020 compared to 2019. Imports fell by 30.16%.
Exports to this trade lane grew 10.03%. Imports, on the other hand, fell 18.66%.
South America West Coast
In this trade lane, exports fell 7.08%. Imports rose by 2.13%.
In ECSA, exports fell 5.80%. Imports fell sharply: 8.62%.
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