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APM Terminals considers selling a Rotterdam terminal

APM Terminals allegedly considers selling the oldest of its two terminals in Rotterdam, sources inform analyst firm Alphaliner. Maersk declines to comment on the rumors but says that it is keeping its options open.

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Maersk Group's port company APM Terminals is allegedly considering selling one of its two Rotterdam terminals.

According to analyst firm Alphaliner's sources, the company mulls getting rid of the oldest of its two terminals in the major Dutch port, Maasvlakte-1, to instead expand its new, highly automated Maasvlakte-2.

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