Maersk's APM Terminals to Double Capacity in Rotterdam Port

March 28, 2023

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©VanderWolf Images/AdobeStock

APM Terminals, a subsidiary of Danish shipping company Maersk, plans to double its capacity at Rotterdam Port, a spokesperson for the company said on Tuesday. 

APM, one of the largest operators at the port, currently operates a one-kilometer-long quay in Rotterdam capable of loading and discharging the largest class of deep-sea container ships. 

The spokesperson said they could not provide financial details ahead of a formal announcement planned for Friday. 

(Reuters - Reporting by Toby Sterling; editing by Jason Neely)

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