DataLiner TradeLane Graphs | Jan 2012 to Nov 2018 (TEU)Jan, 15, 2019 Posted by datamarnews
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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