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OBA to diversify from coal

Going along with the aim of Amsterdam municipality to "green" port activities, dry bulk stevedore OBA has agreed to dedicate around 14 of its total gross 70-ha of terminal space to dry bulk commodities other than coal, which currently accounts for 80 to 85% of its business in Amsterdam

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