Making inland work for bulk

Ports have seen the potential of expanding or creating inland terminal facilities to handle bulk cargo. Credit: European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP)

John Bensalhia looks at how bulk cargo handling can be a boon for inland ports looking to branch out from container handling.

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