Fewer containers through Port of Gothenburg

The number of containers transported through Scandinavia's biggest port, Gothenburg, declined five percent in the first quarter 2015. CEO Magnus Kårestedt attributes part of the development to the modernization of the container terminal.

Photo: Port of Gothenburg

The container volumes handled by the Port of Gothenburg decreased five percent in the first three months of 2015 compared to the same period last year, says Scandinavia's biggest port in a financial statement.

More than half, or around 60 percent, of Sweden's seaborne container traffic goes through the Port of Gothenburg.

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