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Anker Schiffahrt signs contract extension with UPM-Kymmene

Bremen, November 2021 | The Anker Schiffahrts-Gesellschaft mbH and the Finnish company UPM-Kymmene Oyj, a leading company in the bio and forest industry, have renewed their contract for the handling of forestry products.

From January 1st 2022, Anker Schiffahrt will primarily handle pulp for UPM-Kymmene in Emden at the Emskai berth and terminal and forward it to many paper mills in Germany, Europe and overseas by barge, rail, truck or container. Anker Schiffahrt acts as a long-established ship broker for all pulp imports as well as stevedore on board and warehouse keeper.

With the signing of the contract, the two companies continue their since 1993 existing cooperation and the regular traffic between the Finnish ports of Pietarsaari and Kotka and Emden until the end of 2024. 

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