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Inauguration of tall ship berth in Brake

BRAKE. In the presence of Olaf Lies, Lower Saxony’s Minister for Economic Affairs, Transport, Construction and Digitalisation, and NPorts Managing Director Holger Banik, the first birth for large ships was inaugurated at the south pier in Brake in February. NPorts had renovated the facility for around ten million euros so that it met the most modern requirements. “This allows us to further strengthen the significance of Brake Port as an important transshipment point for agricultural products. Furthermore, these investments will guarantee the port as an important employer in the region,” said Lies at the inauguration ceremony.

Credits: Andreas Burmann

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