APM Terminals Cargo Service Introduces Maintenance and Repair Service in Copenhagen, Denmark

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APM Terminals-Cargo Service, is now offering Maintenance & Repair service at DB Schenkers rail terminal in Hoeje Taastrup. The service is designed to help shipping lines and truckers avoid traffic delays in Copenhagen’s city center and reduce emissions by offering them container repair, refrigerated equipment pre-trip services and cleaning/washing of empty containers.

The terminal is ideally located with easy access to/from the motorway and close to the railway, where APM Terminals – Cargo Service operate three weekly departures to/from Aarhus.

Commenting on the new service, Johan Uggla, Managing Director of APM Terminals – Cargo Service, Johan Uggla said “Our strategic growth plan calls for constantly finding new ways to better serve our customers while reducing our carbon footprint. This new M&R service helps our customers address maintenance and repair needs in their transportation chain in a very convenient, high volume location. It helps them avoid unnecessary delays, reduces their logistics costs and promotes environmentally-sound alternatives by keeping the trucks out of the city center. It is a natural extension of our Aarhus/Copenhagen direct rail services launched two years ago.”

About APM Terminals – Cargo Service

APM Terminals – Cargo Service

Capacity: 1 million TEU

APM Terminals’ Share: 60%

Partner: Cargo Service Holding A/S (40%)

The Port of Aarhus is Denmark’s second-largest city and the 5th-busiest container port in the Scandinavian/Baltic region. APM Terminals Cargo Service A/S was established in September 2010 by merging the operations of APM Terminals Aarhus with the adjacent Cargo Service terminal facility. The port offers a deep-water 15 meter berth depth and has direct rail service to Copenhagen. Terminal throughput in 2010 was 341,000 TEUs’

About APM Terminals

– providing the port and inland infrastructure to drive global commerce

APM Terminals is taking a leading role in addressing the critical issues facing the transportation industry. With our customers and business partners, the company has designed the world’s most comprehensive port and inland network to meet the shipping community’s needs today, tomorrow and in the future. With more than 60 ports and 132 inland facilities in 63 countries – the goal is to offer the market more solutions than ever before to help companies and countries achieve their ambitions.

Source: APM Terminals, September 1, 2011.


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