Tradelane Graphs

DataLiner TradeLane Graphs | Jan 2012 to Nov 2018 (TEU)

Jan, 15, 2019 Posted by datamarnews

Week 201903

Brazil’s Mediterranean and Black Sea exports reached 289,362 TEU in the first eleven months of 2018, up 5.8% compared to 2017, whilst imports increased 6.1% to 241,532 TEU, YoY. 

In the meantime, exports to and imports from Far East, South East Asia & Oceania increased 8.4% to 739,176 TEU and 6.9% to 1,316,100 TEU respectively between January and November period.

Trading activity with Northern Europe and the Baltic region also showed growth, with imports reaching 596,699 TEU by November 2018, up 8.9% YoY. 

Exports to South East Africa, the Middle East & the Indian Subcontinent fell by 8.4% to 345,667 TEU, whereas imports rose by 21.4% to 154,411 TEU during the same period, year-on-year.

Exports and import trade with West Africa fell 1.46% and 1.66% respectively in the first eleven months of 2018, YoY.

Tradelane activities in the Caribbean, NCSA & US/Mexico Gulf saw signs of improvements, with exports increasing 5.7% to 408,521 TEU and imports 4.9% to 289,831 TEU in the same period, compared to 2017.

Exports to West Coast South America increased by 6.2% to 167,234 TEU between January and November 2018, year-on-year.

Brazil did well in its trading with the ECSA countries in the first eleven months of 2018, with exports up 9.7% to 136,967 TEU and imports up 7.8% to 135,421 TEU, YoY.

The following are the export-import trends since 2012 in WCNA/WCCA, and lastly ECNA tradelanes:


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