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Transport in domestic waterborne traffic increased in April 2022

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2022, April
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The goods volume in domestic waterborne traffic totalled 0,4 million tonnes in April 2022. Transport in domestic waterborne traffic increased by 8 per cent compared to April 2021. In April 2022 domestic water transport took place only in coastal waterways. These figures are preliminary data from Statistics Finlands statistics on domestic waterborne traffic.

Change in domestic waterborne traffic per month. Transport in domestic waterborne traffic increased by 8 per cent compared to April 2021.

Key points

  • Oil products accounted for over one-half of all transport in April 2022.
  • In April domestic water transport took place only in coastal waterways.
  • No transport was registered through the Saimaa Canal in April.

Oil products were transported most in domestic waterborne traffic in April

Oil products were transported most, in total 196,499 tonnes, which was 54 per cent of all transport. The second most transported was ores and concentrates, 52,377 tonnes.

Domestic waterborne traffic by commodity group. Oil products were transported most.

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  • Port of departure
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Classifications used:
  • Port
  • Commodity group
  • Direction
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05.08.2022
Classifications used:
  • Port of destination
  • Port of departure
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05.08.2022
Classifications used:
  • Port
  • Direction
  • Commodity group
Updated:
05.08.2022

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