Activity increase in Danish ports

After several years of decline, the situation changed in 2011 resulting in an increase in activity caused by e.g. an increase in freight ship calls, Danish Ports informs.

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The activity level of Danish ports increased in 2011 after several years of decline which is e.g. caused by in increase in freight ship calls, Danish Ports informs in a press release on Monday.

93 million tons of goods and 30 million passengers passed through Danish ports during 2011. That is an increase of 5.4 million tons of goods and a status quo concerning passengers compared to 2010. In its press release, Danish Ports refers to the annual statement published by Statistics Denmark.

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