APM Terminals invests EUR 150 million in Italian port

Along with millions of euros in support from the Italian government, APM Terminals will now invest EUR 150 million to construct a port facility and deliver a series of cranes for the coming container terminal in Vado, Italy.


APM Terminals has ordered a total of 18 to construct the coming container terminal in Vado, Italy. The investment, combined with the port development project overall, comes to a total EUR 150 million for the Maersk-owned port unit.

The Italian government will also invest EUR 300 million to develop port and infrastructure, informs APM Terminals in a press release.

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