Helsingborg Port beat costs in 2014

Swedish port Helsingborgs Hamn enjoyed one of the best years ever in 2014, with a slight drop in revenue, but a growth in profits.

The port, Helsingborgs Hamn, the largest container port in Sweden, had one of "the best years in a long time" in 2014, according to the annual report, which ShippingWatch gained access to prior to publication on Friday.

Revenue at the port fell in 2014 to USD 41.4 million from USD 42.4 million in the previous year. At the same time, the total freight volumes grew to 7.1 million tons, and the volume of handled containers grew by 7 percent. Along with a growth in truck transport of 4 percent, which made the port's results in 2014 grow to USD 604,000 from USD 209,000 in 2013.

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