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Rotterdam to Hold Congestion Crisis Talks But Problems Likely to Persist Into Next Year

By Alexander Whiteman (The Loadstar) – European shippers are calling for “solutions not fights” to the continuing congestion at Antwerp and Rotterdam’s barge terminals, although they are resigned that it is unlikely to be resolved before the end of 2017. Policy adviser for maritime at Dutch shippers’ council, Evofenedex, Rogier Spoel told The Loadstar that a […] The post Rotterdam to Hold Congestion Crisis Talks But Problems Likely to Persist Into Next Year appeared first on gCaptain.
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