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APM Terminals pulls out of Port of Tacoma in the US

APM Terminals is pulling out of a container terminal in the Port of Tacoma in Washington State, US.

Port of Los Angeles, where APM Terminals is still present. | Photo: APM Terminals

Maersk's port company APM Terminals is pulling out of operating a container terminal in the Port of Tacoma in Washington State, US.

According to a press release from APM Terminals, the port was transferred to the new lessor over the weekend.

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