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Singapore’s financial and support infrastructure for the bunkering industry is relatively more developed than its competitors’ but subtle shifts in trade patterns or arbitrage trading opportunities could change things
DP World also said its recent acquisitions are performing in line with expectations, with Unifeeder continuing to benefit from structural changes in the market
‘These figures serve to evidence that ports are playing a vital role in facilitating the British economy’s Brexit preparations’ — the BPA’s Phoebe Warneford-Thomson
‘Government investment in Brexit resilience is always welcome, but not leaving without a deal is a zero-cost choice that would go much further in avoiding disruption at key trading gateways’ — Mark Simmonds of the British Ports Association
Danish forwarder expects to benefit from scale and complementary forwarding capabilities, such as LCL and air charter networks
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