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Euroports focuses on breakbulk

September 2 - Euroports Belgium has agreed to sell its 66.6 percent share in the Trilogiport Terminal to DP World.

In 2008, both companies developed the inland container terminal located in Liege. Upon the completion of the deal DP World will become 100 percent shareholder in the Trilogiport gateway.

Euroports will use the proceeds of the sale to invest in the growth of its breakbulk and dry bulk activities in Belgium and France.

"The sale of our shares in Trilogiport Terminal to DP World will allow us to continue to focus on our strategic goal to become the partner of choice in maritime supply chain solutions to our existing and future clients in dry bulk and breakbulk markets," explained Paul Jacob Bins, Euroports Benelux and France managing director.

www.euroports.com

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