Having increased by 25.2% year-on-year to 651kt, liquid bulk was the main driver of the Swedish seaport's cargo traffic growth in 2023's first half.
The turnover of forest products (+6.9% yoy to 434kt), dry bulk (+9% yoy to 411kt), and break-bulk (+28.6% yoy to 9.0kt) also contributed to the positive result.
On the other hand, the handling of containerised freight dropped 19.5% yoy to 359kt (45,138 TEUs, a decrease of 22% yoy). Norrköping also handled less steel products (-62.5% yoy to 6.0kt).
Learn more about Norrköping's development in BTJ 3-4/23's The quay to success.