THE Port of Hong Kong saw throughput slide 5.7 per cent in February to 1.4 million TEU, led by a plunge in river traffic, after having a good start to the year.
Kwai Tsing terminals was flat from 1.13 million TEU compared to 1.14 million TEU lifted in February 2017.
The major drop from the non-Kwai Tsing terminals, which fell 23.1 per cent to just 270,000 TEU in February, the lowest throughput in two years, when the river trade fell to 167,000 TEU in February 2016.
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