Port of Gothenburg back on track after conflict

The improvement for Swedish industry is noticeable at the Port of Gothenburg, says Port of Gotherburg CEO, who is able to state that clients and volumes have returned to the container industry after a long labor conflict.

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Container volumes at the Port of Gothenburg have increased by 19 percent in the first half of the year, show new figures from the port.

The port is thus again moving forward after the long labor conflict that marked the container terminal in 2017, says Port of Gothenburg CEO Magnus Kårestedt in a press statement.

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