1:07 a.m.
Monday, 25 September 2017

Cargo operated at the ports of B.C. declined

By Daniela Jimenez

Ensenada, Baja California.- The Center for Economic Studies of Ensenada, known as CEEEN, announced that, the cargo operated through the ports of Baja California slumped in the first quarter of the year.

The CEEEN reported in an analysis using data from the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine, which in the case of Ensenada shrank 37.2 percent annual rate, while in El Sauzal fell 24.8 percent, at Rosarito fell 28.0 percent, while the Cedros Island fell 7.1 percent.

At Ensenada fell for a second consecutive year, from 423.551 in 2011 to 230.209 tonnes, while at Rosairto decreased from 444.641 in 2012 to 328.814 tonnes, reflecting both the volatility of the global economy.In a recording of the type of movements of Ensenada had a 46.2 percent contraction in imports of height ­ ra and 31.2 percent in exports.The cabotage fell 53.3 percent on entries, but increased 67.0 percent outputs.

Moreover, the arrival of cruise ships remained unchanged from the same period in 2012, standing at 32, although the number of passengers increased 2.0 percent recording 76.147 passengers for an average of 2,380 passengers per cruise, representing an increase of 2.0 percent.

In the national total Ensenada concentrated 8.2 percent of all cruise passengers, while the majority went to Cozumel with 68.4 percent.

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