Barge bottlenecks persist

Bottlenecks: ECT is working with stakeholders and the port authority to mitigate congestion Credit: Freek-van-Arkel

One of the largest container networks in Europe says that it expects delays in barge processing to continue at the Ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp so it may have no choice but to introduce a container surcharge.

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