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Maersk terminal in Rotterdam crippled

Maersk terminal in Rotterdam crippled

18-10-2013 12:00:00


BRIEF News: APM Terminals container terminal in Rotterdam is crippled by a strike that has arisen following the negotiations for the operation of a future terminal in the Dutch port city.

APM Terminals cannot say anything about how long the strike is expected to last, and refers its customers to use the company Belgian terminal in Antwerp instead.

Maersk regrets the strike and promises to get customers settled with all the advice that is needed

Source: marinelink.com/Maritime Denmark


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