For the first quarter of 2014, Spain's 28 centrally owned ports reported a combined 20.81 mt of dry bulk traffic, up 13.89%. Gijón, with 3.5mt (million tonnes), remains Spain's main dry bulk port, experiencing growth of 16.28%.Tarragona, Málaga and Las Palmas all did well in the first three months. Tarragona handled 2.4mt, up nearly 30%; Malaga reported an increase of nearly 80%; while Las Palmas reported growth of 78% in dry bulk.