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Europe’s leading ports see slow volume recovery

Even those hubs that have seen a recovery in throughput have failed to make up for the losses recorded last year

Port congestion, Brexit and the pandemic continue to affect northern European box terminals. The Suez Canal blockage has added to those woes in the second quarter

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