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9.3 million for the future of Cuxhaven

CUXHAVEN. “There is a lot planned for Cuxhaven in 2021, with much construction and investment for the future,” said NPorts CEO Holger Banik at a press meeting in April. According to Banik, around 4.2 million euros have been earmarked for investments, and 5.1 million euros for maintenance – e.g. for the new construction of the train station workshop building and classification platforms 70 to 73. A feasibility study for the expansion of the north harbour is currently being conducted for Stade Harbour, which is in the jurisdition of NPorts’ Cuxhaven location.

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