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North Sea Port, Record cargo traffic

North Sea Port registered a record seaborne cargo traffic in 2017 (if the merged port had already existed then). In the first six months of 2018 its cargo traffic continues to be on the upgrade. This trend of more seaborne traffic is reflected in North Sea Port’s turnover increase.

The net result for the first six months of 2018 amounts to almost 12 million euros and thus surpasses the expectations. The proceeds are with 41 million euros in agreement with the forecasts. With 20 million euros, the operational costs are as yet lower than expected.

The port dues yield 19 million euros of turnover and the leasing out of land 20 million.

North Sea Port sees its cargo traffic volume continually increase together with its turnover. For the merged port this is encouragingly positive for the further future development of the cross-border port area.

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