Value in port clusters

Come together: Liverpool operator Peel Ports enjoys cluster benefits through Mersey Maritime. Credit: UK DoT

COMMENT: It is increasingly understood that ports are spatial clusters of interrelated economic activities, such as chemical plants, energy plants, construction plants (for instance for components of offshore wind installations), warehouses, and terminals as well as a variety of business services, writes Peter de Langen.

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