Kōrero: Freight and warehousing

International freight carried, 2006–7 (2 o 2)

International freight carried, 2006–7

Shipping dominates international freight. In 2007 It carried 99.45% of cargo by weight. A tiny 0.55% was transported by air. In terms of dollar value, sea remained the dominant mode, carrying 82% of freight by value.

If the freight load is broken down into exports and imports, a similar picture emerges. By weight, sea carried 99.5% of exports and 99.4% of imports. The remnant carried by air breaks down into 0.5% of exports and 0.6% of imports. In terms of value the difference between imports and exports was still small. Air carried 15% of exports and 21% of imports. Sea carried 85% of exports and 79% of imports.

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Source: New Zealand official yearbook,2008

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Matthew Wright and Megan Cook , 'Freight and warehousing - Deregulation', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/mi/graph/24066/international-freight-carried-2006-7 (accessed 18 October 2021)

He kōrero nā Matthew Wright and Megan Cook , i tāngia i te 11 Mar 2010