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Renewed extension of contract

EMDEN. At the end of 2021 Anker Schiffahrts-Gesellschaft and UPM-Kymmene Oyj once again extended their contract for the handling of forest products. This agreement means that pulp will continue to be processed primarily for the Finnish bio- and forest industry in Emden’s outer port over the next three years, before being forwarded by barge, rail, lorry or containers to numerous paper mills in Germany, Europe and overseas. In this context, Anker Schiffahrt acts as a shipbroker for all pulp imports as well as a stevedore on board and as a warehouse keeper.

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