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Amsterdam well positioned to handle more imports

The Port of Amsterdam reports that it saw continued strong performance during 2008, with coal volumes reaching 17.3 mt, a slight increase from the 17.2 mt handled the previous year. While this could be viewed as a minor growth, it is good news for the port at a time when others in the Hamburg-Le Havre range are reporting a fall in volume throughput due to the recession.
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Lex de Ridder, Port of Amsterdam’s unit manager, bulk & industry, reports that throughput volumes for dry bulk at the port for the first two months of 2009 also looked good, with coal being the main driver in this sector.

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