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Located just ten miles from the M25, this project is called London Gateway and it is a unique development, combining the UK’s newest deep-sea container port with Europe’s largest logistics park

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The year 2011 marked the tenth anniversary of the establishment of Antwerp Euroterminal

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Though one of the smallest regions in Slovenia in terms of size, the Obalno-Kraska (Coastal-Karst) region is among the most developed in terms of economic conditions. A public limited company, Luka Koper is tasked with leaving a lasting impact on the development of the region, giving it a positive and dynamic economic pulse

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In existence for almost 1000 years, Køge Havn is one of Denmark’s oldest ports and home to the Scandinavian Transport Centre business park. In terms of size it is also one of the country’s largest ports and annually handles approximately 28,000 trailers, 1.95 million tonnes of bulk and individual goods and upwards of 82,000 passengers

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Delfzijl and Eemshaven are Dutch port towns located on the left bank of the river Ems estuary that have become important hubs for utilities and the maritime industry in the Netherlands

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Centrally situated on the world map of seafaring cities since the early 16th Century, Amsterdam’s impressive reputation as a commercial port can be traced right back to those early days

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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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As Belgium’s largest inland port, the Port of Liege is an important hub for traffic throughout Europe

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With its establishment sparked by the manifestation of the city of Kemi in 1869, the Port of Kemi was originally situated as an inland port, receiving staple rights to engage in foreign trade

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