The sharpest increases were noted in the turnover of coal & coke (+174% year-on-year to 3.4mt) and timber (+109% yoy to 533.5kt).
General cargo handling (excl. timber), Gdynia's leading trade, contracted by 4% yoy to 15.55mt.
The Polish seaport also took care of 4.74mt of grains (-0.6% yoy), 1.72mt of other dry bulk goods (+0.4% yoy), and 2.25mt of liquid bulk (-10.5% yoy).
Alike other of Poland's ports, Gdynia also handled fewer containers, down 7.3% on the 2021 result, totalling 914,448 TEUs.
On the other hand, more ro-ro cargo units went through Gdynia's quays: +7% yoy to 318,050.
Passenger traffic also advanced: by 40.9% yoy to 657,020 travellers (of which ferry 600,029, +32.5% yoy, and cruise 56,991, +334% yoy).
Ferries visiting Gdynia also brought more private vehicles: +23% yoy to 106,753.