Beirut port sees 28.5% rise in containers handled in January
- Lebanon: Wednesday, February 13 - 2013 at 03:10
Port of Beirut has said the number of containers handled at the port jumped 28.5% last January to 56,239, compared with the same month in 2012, The Daily Star has reported. The volume of port activity as measured in tonnes dropped 1.4% year-on-year to 553,000 tonnes in January 2013, compared with 560,000 tonnes in the same month a year earlier. Despite the decline, revenues remained unchanged at $13.8m in January 2013, the port said.
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