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Free capacities at JadeWeserPort

WILHELMSHAVEN. While full terminals in western ports and other German seaports are currently causing restrictions in the delivery of containers, JadeWeserPort still has free capacities to maintain international supply chains without interruption. “Rescheduling can take place there without much effort, as many train transport operations are routed via the Maschen hub anyway. Transport operations by truck are so flexible anyway that a changeover can be made at short notice,” says Andreas Bullwinkel, Managing Director of the JadeWeserPort marketing company.

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