Containership calls at Brazilian ports fall 10.11% in June year-on-yearJul, 18, 2022 Posted by Gabriel Malheiros
In June 2022, the ports on the Brazilian coast registered 564 containership calls. Such a figure represents a drop of 10.11% compared to the same month last year, as well as a 6.22% decrease over May 2022. The Datamar Business Intelligence team collected the data below.
The Port of Santos, the largest in Latin America, recorded 145 box ship calls in June vis-a-vis 151 in June last year, down 3.97%.
Year-to-date, from January to June, Datamar’s team found 3377 containership calls versus 3730 in the same period last year, indicating a 9.46% fall.
Please find below the track record of containership calls at Brazilian ports seen from January 2020 onwards. The data below are from Datamar.
Containership calls at Brazilian ports | Jan 2020 – Jun 2022
You can also compare below the number of vessel calls registered in June 2022 and its equivalent one year before, June 2021, by port:
Containership calls in Brazil by port | June 2022 vs. June 2021
|4||Rio De Janeiro||56||45||24%|
|14||Vila Do Conde||13||14||-7%|
Even though the number of vessel calls decreased in most Brazilian ports, the Port of Rio de Janeiro engaged in a reverse trend: 56 calls in June 2022 versus 45 in June 2021, up 24.4%.
According to the Port Authority, containerized cargo throughput at the Port of Rio de Janeiro grew during all months of the year, up 26.5% compared to 2021. In May alone, the observed trend increased by 40.3%. From January to May, the Port of Rio de Janeiro handled 215,337 TEUs at the Port of Rio de Janeiro, a volume 30% higher than that recorded in the same period in 2021.
- Grains Jan, 24, 2023 0
- Fruit Jan, 17, 2022 0
- Shipping Jul, 20, 2023 0
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