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Volumes fall in first half-year

OLDENBURG. The first half of 2020 saw an an eleven percent decline in maritime traffic for Lower Saxony’s nine seaports. The port group handled a total of 24 million tonnes. But the pandemic did not affect all the ports adversely. There were positive developments in Papenburg and Oldenburg and also in Stade, where a stable half-year result was achieved with 3.36 million tonnes. There was an increase of eleven percent compared to 3.03 million tonnes in the same period of the previous year.

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