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Aabenraa Port reaches 1 mio. tons of cargo

Aabenraa Port reaches 1 mio. tons of cargo

12-09-2016 08:00:00


On Wednesday, September 14, Aabenraa Port reaches 1 million tons of goods going through the port, which is at about the same time as in both 2014 and 2015. It is Shipping.dk Aabenraa, which turns in one of Aabenraa Port of annual milestones.

It is Shipping.dk's own ship, OSA, which will dock late Tuesday night with 2,300 tons of feed salt aboard which will be unloaded early Wednesday morning. The salt is used as an additive in animal feed producers in Southern Jutland. The goods are unloaded with the port's mobile crane and goes directly to the customer's warehouse at the port.

Shipping.dk is one of the country's leading shipping and logistics company with offices in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The company's principal activity is to operate stevedoring and warehousing rental, ship clearance, chartering, liner and freight forwarding.

Although Aabenraa Port is a few percent below the level compared to last year's number of handled tons of cargo by ship, the port has progress in some product groups. Which is sand and gravel, crushed stone, grain and fertilizers, liquid bulk and feed salt.

If 2016 continues as before, Aabenraa Port expects to maintain the same level of cargo by ship as in 2015.

Source: Aabenraa Havn / Maritime Denmark


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