Rotterdam to remain the top European port

Burridge, Elaine
November 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;11/6/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 42, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports that Rotterdam will remain Europe's major port until 2030, according to a study by Germany's Berenberg Bank and economic research institute HWWI. Hamburg will take over the No.2 slot from Antwerp, as it experiences the highest growth of the three ports in both total cargo handling and container turnover.


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