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Situated in an advantageous location within the northern part of the Adriatic Sea, the Port of Koper lies on 280 hectares of land that incorporates 12 highly specialised terminals within the Obalno-Kraska (Coastal-Karst) region

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Situated on the south west coast of Pembrokeshire in Wales, the Port of Milford Haven represents one of the UK’s most vital energy and logistics hubs, handling over 29 per cent of the country’s seaborne trade in oil and gas

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The Port of Barcelona boasts around 100 regular shipping lines that connect it to over 200 ports across five continents

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Constantza has a rich history that can be traced back to the 6th century BC, and it has often been at the centre of a changing European environment due to its position that provides access into the Black Sea and to the Mediterranean.

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A relatively young port that was established in 1957, Port of Koper lies on 280 hectares of land and utilises 12 specialised terminals in the Obalno-Kraska (Coastal-Karst) region

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Located in the south-western region of the Baltic Sea, the port of Lübeck operates as a major transhipment hub, with a dense network of liner services that establishes the port as a central turntable for traffic between the economic metropolises in western, central and southern Europe, including further routes to Scandinavia, Finland, the Baltic States and Russia

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The Dover Strait Ports Company (Société des Ports du Détroit) has awarded the design-build contract for the Port of Calais extension project to a consortium formed around Bouygues Travaux Publics (the lead company), Colas Nord-Picardie, Spie Batignolles and Jan De Nul

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Since the company was established during 2003, Wesal Shipping LLC has built a proven reputation as a leading provider of both onshore and offshore services within the UAE, with offices within Dubai, Fujairah and Khor Fakkan.

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In Thurrock, Essex, along the north bank of the River Thames, the construction of Britain’s newest deepwater port is currently underway. Named London Gateway, it is a £1.5 billion project that will develop 2.7 kilometres of shore and 1500 acres of land to create a container port capable of handling the world’s largest vessels

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“In 2010 there was a good development in cargo volumes,” states Heikki Nissinen, managing director of Port of Helsinki, “overall the port saw a 15 per cent increase in cargo traffic and 2011 has started very well with the first two months seeing a ten per cent rise.

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