The Gdańsk sea port recorded a 43.8 percent increase in transshipment in Q1 2018, compared to the corresponding period of last year. Between January and March 12.7 million metric tonnes of goods went through the ports, “a record high result,” the port’s president Łukasz Greinke stated. In March alone, 4.65 million tonnes of goods went through the port, marking a 63.6 percent increase y/y. He added that the port expects the figure for the entire year to come in at around 50 million tonnes. In 2017, 40.6 million tonnes of goods went through the Gdańsk port, which was also a record figure. The Gdańsk port is the second largest port in the Baltic Sea.
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