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Euroports to cover up in Ghent

Euroports Group is building the first All Weather Terminal in the Port of Ghent in Belgium, for lead client ArcelorMittal and other customers.It is also the first AWT in the whole of the Belgo-Dutch North Sea Port (Ghent, Terneuzen and Vlissingen)

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