A strong 2018 means Poland’s Gdansk has the potential to compete with the largest container ports in northern Europe.
Last year, the port handled some 2m teu, capping off a decade in which volumes surged 500% amidst global financial and Eurozone crisis.
Solid Logistics’ Boleslaw Chelkowski told The Loadstar that, in recent years, the port had finally been able to offer genuine competition to the likes of Antwerp, Hamburg and Rotterdam.
“Last year …
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Source: The Loadstar