Despite headwinds from the COVID-19 pandemic and disruptions to global supply chains, APM Terminals secured an all-time high for container activity in Denmark during 2020.
Sweden’s largest ports attract significant growth while smaller ports experience declining volumes, and the trend is only accelerating, revealed recent figures from the Swedish Ports Association.
A terminal booking service for the delivery of full export containers to First Container Terminal and Petrolesport terminal, located in St. Petersburg, was launched this week via their Client Portal.
Despite the pandemic, APM Terminals Pecém, in Ceará, has set two consecutive records this year with a best-ever September performance of 41,000 TEUs followed by a record-breaking October result of 46,705 TEUs.
On 26 October 2020, CMIT, a joint venture between APM Terminals, Vietnam Maritime Corporation, and Saigon Port, successfully received Maersk Line’s EEE vessel Margrethe Maersk with close to 20,000 TEU.
Implementation of the “Safety Differently” policy, the Kaizen method and the commitment of all its collaborators have resulted in a safety milestone of two years without major accidents.
Three additional ship-to-shore cranes have been brought into operation at APM Terminals two joint venture terminals in Finland – Multi-Link Terminals in Kotka and Helsinki.
Aqaba Container Terminal’s (ACT) continuous investment in port efficiency, has resulted in record volume increases this year. ACT, the preferred gateway for the Levant region and beyond, achieved a throughput of 89,225 TEU in August
Sweden’s flow of goods is changing. Recent figures published by the Swedish Ports Association reveal that Gothenburg is playing an increasingly important role as Sweden’s gateway to the world market.