Yilport following significant growth in container ports: "2018 was a golden year"

Yildirim Group increased throughput in its container ports by 5 percent in a 2018 which the company describes as a year of "huge business results". One port increased volumes by almost 25 percent.

Yilport Holding, a subsidiary under Turkish Yildirim, is pleased with last years' results in the company's ten container ports, in which activity grew to 6.41 million teu, equivalent to a 5 percent growth.

"2018 was a golden year of huge business results and continuing growth," writes Yilport Holding in a press release about the many containers that went through the company's ports in Turkey, Sweden and Norway, among others.

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