Analyst firm: APM Terminals in talks for sale of Rotterdam terminal

Sources tell Alphaliner that APM Terminals has confirmed talks with ECT for the sale of one of its Rotterdam terminals in notice to the unions that would be affected by such a sale.

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The Maersk Group's terminal operator APM Terminals is allegedly in talks with company ECT, which is part of Hutchison Ports, for the sale of one of its two terminals in Rotterdam, anonymous sources tell Alphaliner.

The analyst firm reports that sources say that Maersk has confirmed the talks with ECT to the unions that would be affected by a potential sale.

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