Top container ports 2013 — a snapshot of the winners and the losers

Top container ports 2013 — a snapshot of the winners and the losers

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Asia

  • 32. Colombo

    Throughput 2013: 4,306,206 teu, up 3% (2012: 4,180,206 teu)

Central & South America

  • 45. Balboa

    Throughput 2013: 3,063,910 teu, down 5.8% (2012: 3,251,139 teu)

Africa

  • 34. Port Said

    Throughput 2013: 4,100,000 teu* up 12.9% (2012: 3,631,165 teu)

Middle East

  • 80. Dammam

    Throughput 2013: 1,659,281 teu, up 2.4% (2012: 1,619,684 teu)

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