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Anker Schiffahrt celebrates the extension of the truck loading areas

Emden, October 2021 | Last Friday, 15th October, the Anker Schiffahrts-Gesellschaft mbH celebrated the official inauguration of the expanded truck loading area and the construction of the new truck handling building with around 40 invited customers, representatives and partners.

Due to the considerable increase in deliveries of export vehicles and collection of import vehicles at Autoport, the available space was no longer sufficient. The truck volume has risen sharply in recent years and the average capacity of around 1,200 trucks per month has often been exceeded.

In order to be able to meet the high demands of customers and business partners further on in terms of quality, flexibility and performance every day, the existing truck slots were doubled from 20 to 40 and a state-of-the-art truck handling building was built at the same time. The investment volume amounted to 1.5 million euros.

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Credits: Anker Schiffahrt

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