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Bladt to establish Scandinavia's largest bunker terminal in Danish port

The Port of Frederikshavn and Bladt Industries have closed a deal of a three-figure million amount, pertaining to the establishment of Scandinavia's largest bunker terminal in a new area of the port. The terminal is planned to be finished by the end of next year.

Photo: Frederikshavn Havn

The Port of Frederikshavn, Denmark has selected Bladt Industries to establish of a large bunker terminal in a new area of the port, announces the port in a press statement.

The contract involves a triple-digit DKK million figure and, according to the statement, a turnkey project for which Bladt Industries will manage design, construction and operationalization of the new bunker terminal.

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