APM Terminals to strengthen activities in Turkey

Maersk-owned port company APM Terminals is looking to buy a port located close to Istanbul, according to Bloomberg.

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APM Terminals is working to strengthen its port and terminal activities in Turkey, where container volumes are growing twice as fast as the country's economy.

"We are definitely interested to have a port around Istanbul, in the Marmara region," Mogens Wolf Larsen, managing director of APM Terminals in Turkey, tells Bloomberg.

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