Container ship vessel calls at Brazilian ports fall 4.9% YoY in SeptemberOct, 05, 2021 Posted by Ruth Hollard
During the month of September, 600 container vessel calls were made at Brazilian ports, a drop of 4.9% compared to the same month in 2020. At the Port of Santos, the largest port in Latin America, there were 155 vessel calls, a slight increase of 1.30% compared to September 2020, when 153 stopovers took place.
See the chart below for container vessel calls in Brazilian ports per week since January 2020:
Container vessel calls at Brazilian ports per week | Jan 2020 to October 2021 (partial)
Year-to-date figures registered 5,541 container vessel calls in Brazilian ports, a drop of 2.34% over the same period in 2020. The port with the highest volume of calls, Santos, registered a drop of 1.54%. Ports that saw increased vessel calls include Port of Itaqui, with 36% more calls in the YTD 2021 figures compared to the same period in 2020, and Fortaleza, which saw its vessel calls grow 19.57% in the same comparison.
Container vessel calls in Brazil by port | Jan/Sept 2020 to Jan/Sept 2021
|wdt_ID||Brasil||Jan-Sep |2020||Jan-Sep | 2021||Diff.%|
|5||Vila Do Conde||117||123||5.13%|
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