Recently, Luka Koper Published its preliminary maritime throughput and revenue numbers, for the year 2022.
According to the Company’s preliminary data, in 2022, Luka Koper achieved EUR 309.4m of net sales revenue, an increase of 38% YoY. The total maritime throughout amounted to 23.2m, an increase of 12% compared to 2021. Growth was registered across all cargo segments, with the container and car segment reaching historic record volumes – more than 1m TEUs and 800k car units.
Breaking the maritime throughput even further, general cargo amounted to 1.31m tons, an increase of 16% YoY. Containers throughput amounted to 9.66m tons, at similar levels YoY. Cars throughput amounted to 1.39m tons, an increase of 27% YoY. Liquid bulk cargo throughput amounted to 4.64m, a rise of 39% YoY, while dry bulk cargo throughput amounted to 6.24m, an increase of 12% YoY.
Luka Koper maritime throughput (2022 vs. 2021, tons)
Source: Luka Koper, InterCapital Research
Luka Koper also recently published their summary of the 2023 business plan. According to the Company, they expect the 2023 maritime throughput to amount to 23.3m tons, an increase of 2% YoY, with growth expected across all commodity groups, excluding liquid cargoes. Maritime container throughput should amount to 1.08m container unit TEU, an increase of 5% YoY. Car transshipment should amount to 760k units, a 1% increase YoY.
Moving on to financials, lower revenue from storage is expected, 4% lower to be exact. EBIT should be 51% lower, while the net profit should be 50% lower. If you would like to read the entire 2023 business plan, click here.