Data on profit was not provided, but in November, the company reported a nine-month net profit of EUR 49m, a 22% improvement on the same period in 2017.
For the whole year, transshipment of containers increased by 5% year-on-year measured by weight and by 8% by unit to nearly 988,500 containers. Transshipment of cars was up 2% by unit to just over 754.400.
Transshipment of bulk cargo was up by 1%, while general cargo increased by 11%. Only transshipment of liquid cargo saw a decrease, sliding 1%, the preliminary report shows.
This year, the port operator expects to see a 3% increase in cargo transshipment and an 8% increase in net revenue, which is expected to reach EUR 238m in 2019.
Luka Koper lost 1.2% in early trading on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange today.