APM Terminals: Port productivity may be raised by 50 %

The ability to increase the productivity in port terminals will be the deciding factor when picking out the future winners and losers in the industry, APM Terminals thinks.

APM Terminals thinks there is a possibility of increasing productivity in some of the company’s terminals by as much as 40 to 50 percent. This was the message in a press release published by the company following last week’s conference in Stockholm, “Future Ports”.

The APM Terminals Head of Project Implementation, Soren Sjostrand Jakobsen, said that the ability to increase productivity is a crucial factor in the ports’ efforts to live up to clients’ expectations.

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