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OLDENBURG. At an online conference in May, NPorts presented its perspective papers for the seaports of Cuxhaven and Stade. The papers examined the status quo and described plans for future infrastructure in the port and hinterland. “Being aware of the strengths, opportunities and challenges is an essential prerequisite for maintaining the efficiency of the ports for the future,” said Lower Saxony’s Minister of Economics, Dr. Bernd Althusmann. The perspective papers are available for download at www.nports.de.

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