Port of Gothenburg and APM Terminals to hold crisis meeting

Soon, Ulrica Messing, chairman of the Port of Gothenburg, will meet with APM Terminals to discuss the major problems at the Swedish container terminal. "It's a big concern for us and for our customers," Ulrica Messing tells ShippingWatch.

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APM Terminals has for months had major problems in Gothenburg where the company runs the large container terminal. These problems have caused significant delays at the terminal with big consequences for the Swedish industry, as 30 percent of Sweden's foreign trade is handled by the Port of Gothenburg, Magnus Kårestedt, CEO of the port, recently told ShippingWatch.

This has also caused the new chairman of the port, Ulrica Messing, former Minister for Infrastructure in Sweden, to harshly criticize APM Terminals in Gothenburg. Below she elaborates the criticism:

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