Tarragona’s new timber terminal
(Posted on 21/06/18)
With its 10 forest products terminals in five countries (Belgium, Finland, Germany, Spain and China), Euroports is considered a major player in providing maritime supply chain solutions to the pulp and paper industry. One of the company’s focus areas for growth in this industry is its forest products terminal in the port of Tarragona, Spain.
Euroports has increased its paper and pulp storage capacity in the port of Tarragona, Spain by 25 per cent, bringing its total pulp and paper storage capacity at this terminal to 30,000m². With this extended storage capacity, Euroports is expected to handle nearly 700,000t of pulp and paper in 2018.
The Port of Tarragona has become one of the fastest growing ports for paper and pulp, not just in Spain but in the entire Mediterranean area — and Euroports is supporting this growth.
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