APM Terminals to expand in Jordan

During the next four years Jordan and Iraq will experience a combined GNP growth rate of 8 percent. This development leads APM Terminals to expand Aqaba Logistics Village in Jordan

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APM Terminals plans to expand its activities in Aqaba in Jordan, where the company is operator on the container terminal that has strings to the countries by the Red Sea, says APM Terminals in a corporate statement.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates that Jordan and Iraq will see a combined GNP growth of 8 percent in the period from from 2014 to 2018, and this forms a strong basis for expanding the supply chain activities of subsidiary Aqaba Logistics (ALV) in order to meet the demand from importers and exports.

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