Terminal operator may sell part of business
A major container terminal operator may sell its operations in the Netherlands.
APM Terminals’ APM Terminals Rotterdam is in talks over its “future”, according to A.P. Moller-Maersk.
“APMT-R is discussing their future in a strategic commission. The unions and all employees have been informed about these discussions,” said A.P. Moller-Maersk in a statement.
“However, no decisions are yet made and no deal is in sight. Whatever the future scenario will be, everyone will be informed well in time and all agreements will naturally be respected.”
APM Terminals Rotterdam has been operational since October 2000 and has an annual capacity of 3.25mTEUs.
Located in the Port of Rotterdam, it is a major transshipment centre for the British, Irish, Scandinavian and Baltic Markets.
The facility includes a 1,600m quay, 2,250 reefer connections, 13 Post Panamax Cranes, one barge crane, and electricity from renewable sources.
LATEST PRESS RELEASES
Cone Fenders delivered for Malayan Flour Mills Jetty and Cruise Terminal in Phuket Read more
The new high dimensions gantry crane STS Malaccamax rated amongst the largest cranes in the world an... Read more
The contractors THV Artes Depret – Franki formed a temporary partnership to construct the new lock i... Read more
Port terminals worldwide have begun to deploy new simulation technology that's making the operator t... Read more
BENSCHOP (NL) – Terberg announces a new generation of Yard Tractors. These innovative Yard Tractors ... Read more
The lock Langwedel is one of numerous locks along river Weser in Northern Germany. It is operational... Read more