Container market is putting pressure on Denmark's largest port

Port of Aarhus has received permission to stack containers higher than usual to handle a sharp rise in container volumes.

Photo: PR/Aarhus Havn

The current container market is resulting in capacity issues in the Port of Aarhus, the largest port in Denmark.

Surging container volumes in the first half of the year have led to the port receiving permission from the Municipality of Aarhus to stack containers in seven layers rather than the usual five layers.

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