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Baltic Transport 2012 highlights - A new North Sea hub for the Baltic

Publication date: 2013-01-29

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Baltic Transport 2012 highlights - A new North Sea hub for the Baltic

September 2012 witnessed opening of a new deep-sea transhipment port built from scratch in Wilhelmshaven at the German North Sea coast.

Shortly after, JadeWeserPort has entered the Baltic Sea network as it has been included in Seago Line/Maersk Line routes, thus becoming one more location with hub function for the BSR.

The Wilhelmshaven terminal is open to vessels with a maximum draught of 16.5 metres, 24/7, tide-independent. The total cost of the investment amounted to EUR 1 billion – the federal states Lower Saxony and Bremen contributed EUR 650 million to the infrastructure and the Eurogate group as the terminal operator raised another EUR 350 million for the crane facilities and other equipment.

JadeWeserPort’s Baltic-linked container network can be viewed on the Baltic Transport Maps interactive portal under this link

Read more about this and other 2012 highlights for Baltic Transport in the upcoming BTJ 1/2013 Jan.-Feb. printed edition

Check also the main topics in our publishing plan for 2013

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