APM Terminals CEO: Annual global container growth of 5-6 percent

The international container traffic will likely grow by 5-6 percent in the years to come, though bottlenecks in ports will continue to trouble global trade, says Kim Fejfer, CEO of the A. P. Moeller-Maersk terminal business, to Dow Jones Newswires.

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Annual container growth of 5-6 percent, in spite of bottlenecks in the world’s ports. That is what APM Terminals CEO Kim Fejfer expects to see in the years to come, writes Dow Jones Newswire.

“Governments in Africa, Latin America and India need to take steps to make ports more efficient and build capacity,” says Kim Fejfer.

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