Port of Esbjerg believes in continued growth after record year

Yet again, the Port of Esbjerg delivered its highest turnover and result ever, and the good developments will continue, says CEO Ole Ingrisch.

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Amazing. That is how CEO Ole Ingrisch describes the Port of Esbjerg's annual report 2012. The reason for the big word is the fact that the port achieved a record-high revenue in 2011, a revenue that has now been surpassed by the the finances for 2012.

"The finances are better than even we expected. It's a record for the port, and there's growth in all our business areas," says Ole Ingrisch to ShippingWatch.

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