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€66.7 million for structural change

OLDENBURG. Nports has been pursuing a strategy of proactive investment and the maintenance and repair of existing port facilities over the past few years. In 2022, this port company intends to invest 21.7 million euros in building new port facilities. A further 45 million euros is envisaged for the maintenance and repair of existing infrastructure. “Thanks to our sustainable port development pursued in recent years, our seaports on the North Sea coast now have the best conditions for actively shaping structural change,” emphasised Nports CEO Holger Banik at this year’s digital press conference of the Lower Saxony seaports on 21 February. This event was hosted jointly by Lower Saxony’s Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Digitalisation, Seaports of Lower Saxony and NPorts.

Credits: ANDREAS BURMANN

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