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APM Terminals Gothenburg faces deficit in 2017

APM Terminals' Managing Director in the Port of Gothenburg, Henrik Kristensen, takes stock after months of conflict: 35 percent of containers are gone, a negative result for the full-year 2017 after a triple-digit loss, and major customers have left. "Now we need to fight our way back," he tells ShippingWatch.

Svitzer's taxes investigated by Swedish authorities

Svitzer's activities in the Faroe Islands are operated out of Sweden and the carrier must pay Swedish taxes, according to the Swedish Tax Agency. Svitzer confirms and states that the carrier is discussing the matter with the authorities.

The Swedish ship register shrank in 2015

The Swedish commercial fleet logged a record number of ships in 2015, but the number of Swedish-flagged ships fell for the ninth year in a row. Sweden also noted a decline in the number of days employees spend at sea, according to new figures from the Swedish traffic authority.

Port of Gothenburg projects container rebound

A long-term slide in container traffic seems to have halted at the Port of Gothenburg, and the port also reports growth in oil products and throughput of new cars in the first half of 2015.

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