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Port of Rotterdam believes in strong year for container freight

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The Port of Rotterdam has experienced a notably large increase in the number of containers during the first quarter of 2017. Port authority CEO Allard Castelein believes that the new alliance constellation could lead to a strong year in container for the port.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 18.04.17 at 10:04

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