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The Netherlands: APM Terminals’ 5th Global Safety Day Observed

APM Terminals’ Global Port, Terminal and Inland Services Network observed its 5th annual Global Safe...

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APM Terminals to Manage Sweden’s Largest Container Terminal

Executives from the Port of Gothenburg and APM Terminals were on hand today for the concession signi...

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UK: APM Terminals Wins 2011 Global Safety Award

APM Terminals was named winner of the 2011 Lloyd’s List Global Safety Award evening at the prestigio...

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APM Terminals to Build Largest Infrastructure Project in Costa Rica History

Ushering in a new era in Caribbean ports, APM Terminals has signed a USD $992 million 33-year conces...

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The Netherlands: APM Terminals Announces Strong Midyear Results

APM Terminals earned $2.212 billion USD in revenue during the first six months of 2011, representing...

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Vietnam: APM Terminals’ Cai Mep Facility Welcomes Maersk Line’s Transpacific String

At 115,700 DWT and with a capacity of 9038 TEU, Grete Maersk was the first Maersk Line vessel to cal...

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Liberian President Tours APM Terminals’ Monrovia Port

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf visited the Freeport of Monrovia concession zone, touring t...

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APM Terminals Proposes Solutions to Indonesia’s Infrastructure Challenges

Addressing the Indonesia International Conference- Focus On Indonesian Economy 2011, APM Terminals A...

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Peru: Callao Terminal Officially Signed Over to APM Terminals

  Official responsibility for the administration and management of Terminal Muelle Norte, (the ...

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Brazil: Officials Plan to Expand Rio de Janeiro’s Two Main Container Terminals

The port of Rio de Janeiro’s two main container terminals are to be expanded as the country gears up...

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Peru: APM Terminals Signs 30-Year Callao Terminal Concession

The new 30-year concession contract for the development and operation of Terminal Muelle Norte at th...

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Georgia: APM Terminals Expands Into Eastern Black Sea Port

In line with APM Terminals investment strategy in high growth markets, the company has announced the...

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APM Terminals Wins 2011 Innovation Award

APM Terminals’ FastNet Crane concept was named the winner of the “Innovation in Ship Operations” cat...

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Peru: APM Terminals Wins Callao Port Concession

Peruvian government officials selected APM Terminals to run “Terminal Muelle Norte” in the port of C...

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USA: APM Terminals Presents Environmental Wins at WBTF

  APM Terminals Head of Corporate Responsibilities Henrik Kristensen addressed the World Bank T...

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USA: APM Terminals Shines Again at PMA Safety Awards

APM Terminals’ Pier 400 Los Angeles facility, the largest container terminal in the Port of Los Ange...

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APM Terminals Announces 2010 Results: USD 793 Million Profit

APM Terminals operates a global network of 50 con¬tainer terminals and 120 inland facilities in 64 c...

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  • Business & Finance
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Estonia: KNT to Build 2-4 New Terminals at Kunda Port

The North Estonian cement factory Kunda Nordic Tsement intends to build 2-4 new terminals in the Kun...

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