Maritime profile: Peru

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR 2019
Population
GDP
Merchandise trade¹
32.510 Millions
228 459 Millions current US$
89 965 Millions current US$
Land area²
GDP growth
Transport services trade³
(j) 1 280 000 Km²
2.20 %
(e) 18 668 Millions current US$
MARITIME KEY FIGURES FOR 2019
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Coast/area ratio²
Ship building
Ship recycling
2.6 m/km²
0.000 GT
2 680 GT
Fleet - National flag
Fleet - National flag
Fleet - Ownership
530 Thousands DWT
97 ships
616 Thousands DWT
Container port throughput
Number of seafarers
Number of port calls
2 330 362 TEU
2 824
5 960
WORLD SHARES FOR 2019
0.42 %0.21 %0.26 %0.25 %0.22 %0.03 %0.01 %0.03 %0.02 % Less than 0.01% of the World total0.02 %0.14 %0.20 %0.29 %0.35 %0.31 %0.14 %0.53 %0.35 %0.51 %0.42 %0.21 %0.26 %0.25 %0.22 %0.03 %0.01 %0.03 %0.02 % Less than 0.01% of the World total0.02 %0.14 %0.20 %0.29 %0.35 %0.31 %0.14 %0.53 %0.35 %0.51 %
INTERNATIONAL MERCHANDISE TRADE
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-2.8 %
Merchandise exports growth rate in 2019
Total merchandise trade
(millions of US$)
2005
2010
2015
2019
Merchandise exports
17 368
35 803
34 415
47 690
Merchandise imports
12 502
30 030
37 924
42 275
Merchandise trade balance
4 866
5 773
-3 509
5 415
Export structure by product group in 2019
(as % of total exports)
16 %16 %10 %10 %7 %7 %45 %45 %23 %23 %
Top 5 partners in 2019
(exports, millions of US$)
13 5465 7482 4082 2782 26613 5465 7482 4082 2782 266
INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN TRANSPORT SERVICES
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+2.3 %
Transport services exports growth rate in 2019
Services exports by main category¹⁰
(as % of total services)
2005
2010
2015
2019
Transport
19.6
23.1
21.8
(e) 20.9
Travel
57.1
54.4
52.3
(e) 53.7
Other services
23.2
22.5
25.9
(e) 25.4
Total trade in transport services¹⁰
(millions of US$)
2005
2010
2015
2019
Transport services exports
449
854
1 376
(e) 1 648
Transport services imports
1 312
2 453
2 780
(e) 3 164
Transport services trade balance
-863
-1 599
-1 404
(e) -1 516
NATIONAL FLEET
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-13.0 %
Fleet growth rate in2019
Carrying capacity by type of ship
(Thousands DWT)
2005
2010
2015
2019
Total fleet
148.0
317.9
547.3
529.5
Oil tankers
27.0
177.0
342.7
290.0
Bulk carriers
..
..
0.0
0.0
General cargo
37.0
29.7
0.0
0.0
Container ships
..
..
37.6
22.9
Other types of ships
84.0
111.2
167.0
216.6
Fleet by type of ship
(Number of ships)
86100108420012812001375200127220012
LINER SHIPPING CONNECTIVITY
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Bilateral connectivity index - Top 10 partners in 2019¹¹
Can only take values between 0 (minimum) and 1 (maximum)
0.3850.3820.3820.3800.3750.3710.3600.3530.3450.3290.3850.3820.3820.3800.3750.3710.3600.3530.3450.329
Liner shipping connectivity index¹¹
Maximum 2006=100 for China
40.237.838.838.938.338.137.837.837.937.837.738.137.836.931.531.631.731.431.830.830.930.830.429.930.530.530.529.929.729.628.829.030.229.229.426.125.824.024.122.822.022.121.218.417.417.418.717.217.217.517.517.718.318.617.817.2
PORT CALLS AND PERFORMANCE
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Port calls, time spent in ports, vessel age and size in 2019
 
Number of arrivals
Median time
in port (days)
Avg age
of vessels
Avg size (GT)
of vessels
Avg cargo
carrying
capacity (DWT)
per vessel
Avg container
carrying
capacity (TEU)
per container ship
Maximum size (GT) of vessels
All ships
5 960
1.02
12
36 259
40 863
5 255
142 714
Liquid bulk carriers
1 657
0.96
15
23 216
38 091
..
83 805
Liquefied petroleum gas carriers
193
1.38
22
21 466
25 964
..
46 885
Liquefied natural gas carriers
62
1.11
9
105 303
87 213
..
115 024
Dry bulk carriers
1 482
1.73
7
32 234
55 862
..
108 237
Dry breakbulk carriers
612
0.98
13
14 261
19 739
..
46 112
Roll-on/ roll-off ships
228
..
10
59 381
20 224
..
75 528
Container ships
1 648
0.78
11
56 956
..
5 255
141 649
Passenger ships
78
..
17
39 237
..
..
142 714
Port liner shipping connectivity index - Top 5 ports in 2019¹¹
Maximum 2006=100 for China, Hong Kong SAR
2.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.92.91.31.31.34.96.03.63.62.52.52.52.52.52.52.54.35.03.93.63.63.23.23.23.23.23.23.93.93.93.93.93.94.64.74.73.23.24.75.55.55.55.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.45.84.74.74.74.74.73.93.94.14.13.43.44.34.34.34.34.15.35.35.84.69.85.95.33.63.73.73.73.63.94.24.26.96.97.46.86.26.76.76.65.45.84.55.85.813.712.512.912.97.97.87.712.212.38.07.412.415.111.511.211.511.511.611.211.411.411.511.510.915.415.515.215.610.811.414.17.917.521.321.518.217.416.410.79.49.49.48.07.97.78.27.77.37.37.48.27.36.86.86.47.939.937.838.538.438.538.237.937.637.637.437.337.837.637.432.632.632.832.432.531.431.531.330.730.530.730.830.830.230.130.429.529.730.726.126.124.523.522.324.723.422.522.822.219.017.817.919.017.717.617.817.917.818.719.018.817.8
Source: Detailed data sources are available in the documentation of the corresponding tables in the Data Center (http://stats.unctad.org/data_center). A link to these tables is provided in each section of the profile.
Notes:
1
Sum of exports and imports.
2
Land area refers to the total area of a country excluding area under inland water bodies. It differs from the country area, that includes area under inland water bodies, but excludes offshore territorial waters.
Coastline length based on data calculated in 2000 from the World Vector Shoreline database at 1:250,000 scale.
3
Sum of exports and imports. Statistics presented correspond to the 6th edition of the IMF Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual, 2009 (BPM6, 2009).
4
Propelled seagoing merchant vessels of 100 GT and above. Source: Clarksons Research (https://www.clarksons.com/services/research/).
5
Propelled seagoing merchant vessels of 100 GT and above, on 1 January. Source: Clarksons Research (https://www.clarksons.com/services/research/).
6
Propelled seagoing merchant vessels of 1000 GT and above, on 1 January. Source: Clarksons Research (https://www.clarksons.com/services/research/).
7
UNCTAD Secretariat, derived from various sources including Dynamar B.V. Publications, terminal operators and port authorities.
8
Refers to year 2015. Source: BIMCO-ICS Manpower Report 2015.
9
UNCTAD Secretariat, based on data provided by MarineTraffic (http://marinetraffic.com). Ships of 1000 GT and above.
10
Statistics presented correspond to the 6th edition of the IMF Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual, 2009 (BPM6, 2009).
11
UNCTAD Secretariat, generated from data provided by MDS Transmodal (https://www.mdst.co.uk).
e
Estimated.
j
Estimated. Data refers to 2016.
Symbols for missing values:
0
Zero means that the amount is nil or negligible
..
Not available or not separately reported
_
Not applicable
...
Not available, including no quotation
#
Non-relevant calculation
-
Not publishable
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Negative accumulation of flows; Value included in regional and global totals
Abbreviations & acronyms:
DWT:
Dead weight tons
LNG:
Liquefied natural gas
LPG:
Liquefied petroleum gas
GDP:
Gross domestic product
GT:
Gross tons
TEU:
Twenty foot equivalent unit
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Generation date: 11 November 2020