The handling of liquid bulk and coal rose the most: by 60% year-on-year to 18.3mt and 117% yoy to 8.4mt, respectively.
The Polish seaport also took care of more grains (+52% yoy to 1.4mt) and other dry bulk goods (+9% yoy to 1.7mt).
At the same time, the turnover of general cargo (excl. timber) contracted by 6% yoy to 11mt, ore by -37% yoy to 211kt, and wood by -61% yoy to 124kt.
A total of nearly 993k TEUs (-7% yoy) went through Gdańsk's quays, as well as 61.8k (-3.8% yoy) of various wheeled units (trucks & trailers, commercial & passenger vehicles).
The Port of Gdańsk served 69k passengers (-20% yoy) over this year's first half, including 60.6k ferry & 8.4k cruise travellers.