APM Terminals sells terminal in Rotterdam

A Dutch media reports that APM Terminals has sold one of its two terminals in Rotterdam to competitor ECT. This concerns the Maasvlakte I terminal, which has been rumored as up for sale for months.

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Maersk Group's terminal and port company APM Terminals sells one of its two container terminals in major European port Rotterdam.

Dutch media Het Financieele Dagblad reports that APM Terminals has agreed with competitor ECT to sell terminal Maasvlakte I. ECT is owned by Hutchison Ports.

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