Chinese ports handled a total of 24.52 million TEUs of containers in October, which spiked 8.4% from a year earlier, according to the nation’s Ministry of Transport (MOT). Coastal ports were responsible for 21.64 million TEUs, up 7.8%, and inland river ports, 2.88 million TEUs, up 13.0%. The busiest port was Shanghai, which processed 4.19 million TEUs, up 8.7%, setting a new monthly record.

From the beginning of the year, 235.48 million TEUs were moved to and from China in January-October, up 8.4%. Combined throughput at coastal ports was 208.01 million TEUs, up 7.8%, and at inland river ports, 27.47 million TEUs, up 13%.




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