New Bolivian cargo of 10,679 tons arrives at the port of Ilo

The Bolivian Port Services Administration (ASP-B) reported Thursday that a new Bolivian shipment of 10,679 tons of construction material arrived at the Peruvian port of Ilo in recent days onboard the ship Navios Soleil. It is the first shipment scheduled for this year. Bolivia plans to mobilize more than 100,000 tons of cargo through the port of Ilo, to consolidate this maritime terminal as a real alternative to Bolivian foreign trade.

Bolivia exported 3mn tonnes and imported 5.1mn tonnes in 2019

Thje volume of Bolivian exports through land in 2019 reached three million tonnes, same level as 2018 while imports grew from 4.9 to 5.1 million tonnes, according to the Bolivian Institute of Commerce (IBCE). The main exports were soy cakes, zinc minerals, soybean oil and liquified gas petroleum. The main imports were diesel, gasoline with a 90 - 95 index, wheat flower and iron or steel bars.