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Neighboring ports see traffic boost following Gothenburg conflict


Swedish ports such as Helsingborg and Norrköping have experienced an increase in volumes since the conflict between APM Terminals and port workers erupted in Gothernburg. Feeder carriers have also reported an unusual increase in eastern Sweden.

Published 04.04.17 at 14:52

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