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Nordfrost and Remain agree on partnership

WILHELMSHAVEN. Nordfrost, a frozen food logistics and solutions company, and the Eurogate subsidiary Remain Container-Depot and Repair have been working together in German container seaports since December. They aim to combine the expertise of both companies concerning depot services for standard and refriger-ation containers as well as for special equipment. According to statements made by both, their focus will initially be placed on the container port of Wilhelmshaven, where they now have a combined area of approx. 80,000 square metres as a container depot.

Credits: Nordfrost/Remain

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