The Port of Esbjerg continues to grow

Things are going better and better for the Danish Port of Esbjerg. The annual report for 2013 shows an increased revenue, improved profit, higher cargo throughput, and more activity in the port.

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In fact, the Port of Esbjerg saw improvements across all the four parameters that the port uses to gauge its performance.

Revenue increased from USD 31.9 million in 2012 to USD 38.9 million in 2013, while the result improved by USD 3.3 million, to USD 14.4 million in 2013. Cargo throughput grew to 4.6 million tons, up from 4.5 million tons in 2012. And the Port of Esbjerg also managed to lease out a bigger part of its area, for a total 2.3 million m2, up from 2.1 million m2 in 2012.

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