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EMO returns its investment

While coal volumes moving through EMO are currently steady, German mine closures and new Dutch power stations look set to increase traffic in the short-term, encouraging a heavy round of investment to take place.
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Although throughput at Dutch coal terminal Europees Massagoed Overslagbedrijf (EMO) rose only marginally last year to 34.9 mt from 33.9 mt during 2006, and coal handled dipped slightly by 1.7% to 20.3 mt, the company put in a strong financial performance. Coal throughput may have dropped somewhat, but this was more than compensated for by iron ore transhipment which increased by 9.8% to 14.6 mt.
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