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            december 13, 2018

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Brisbane container throughput remains strong


Australia's Port of Brisbane reported a drop in containerised throughput in November compared to the previous month, but throughput is still strong in a broader context, according to the latest trade statistics from the port.
Brisbane reported a total throughput for November to be at 114,727 TEU, following four months of record container throughput at the port, peaking in October at 120,389 TEU.
Even though November's container totals were lower than October's, 5 per cent more containers passed through the port in November 2017 than the same month in 2016.
Imports made up just over half of the total last November, with exports making up 49 per cent of the Port's total container throughput, Australia's Daily Cargo News reported.
As usual, Brisbane's biggest containerised export was fresh Queensland air, with 28,145 TEU of empty containers leaving the port - an increase on the same month in 2016 of 32 per cent.
Empties even beat out full container exports for the month, which were reported to be 28,052 TEU.
Brisbane's second biggest containerised export category for the month was "export other" with 11,274 TEU, followed by agricultural seeds (4,705 TEU) and meat products (4,447 TEU).
Turning to imports, "import other" was the largest category with 25,490 TEU, followed by household items (7,080 TEU), freight all kind (5,053 TEU) and electrical equipment (4,614 TEU).

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