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Monjasa signs agreement with Port of Skagen on tank storage

The global oil trading company Monjasa has signed an agreement with the Port of Skagen, the northenmost Danish port, on the building and usage of a tank storage facility. This will be the foundation of an upcoming port expansion and result in new jobs, the Port of Skagen Director tells ShippingWatch.

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The Port of Skagen and the oil traders in Monjasa are to build and use a tank storage terminal for oil products at the Port of Skagen. This will result in new jobs being created in the port and it is a solid foundation for a future expansion, the Port of Skagen Director tells ShippingWatch.

“This is a result of a long term and strategic effort to develop new business segments creating growth and supporting the port’s core business within the fishery sector. The Port of Skagen has for several years been working towards port development in order to create a foundation for growing new activities,” Director of the Port of Skagen, Willy Bent Hansen, says.

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