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Port of Gothenburg preparing for new growth levels

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The biggest container port in the North, Port of Gothenburg, fluctuates in line with the industry and similarly notes the tough times for the container carriers. Lower growth forecasts going forward, says CEO. A new Volvo model represents a bright spot for the big port.


BY CHRISTIAN BARTELS
Published 26.11.15 at 15:28

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