MSC's port company puts EUR 700m in container terminal

MSC’s terminal business Terminal Investment Limited has launched a wide-scale optimization of the container terminal in Le Havre, France. A major investment aims to ensure more than 1,000 new jobs.

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MSC’s port company Terminal Investment Limited (TIL) has initiated an extensive investment program for the container terminal in French city Le Havre.

More specifically, it concerns EUR 700m meant to ensure more than 1,000 jobs, including 900 for port workers in the course of the next six years.

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