Port of Rotterdam entered 2015 on a roll

The Port of Rotterdam soared into 2015 with significant growth rates on oil products, LNG and container, while dry bulk - especially coal and iron ore - was the only segment that declined.
Photo: APM TERMINALS
Photo: APM TERMINALS
BY OLE ANDERSEN

Port of Rotterdam has entered 2015 in style, as the first quarter - with dry bulk as the only exception - brought growth across the board.

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