Load out of the ordinary - 40 metres long pipes

Around 200 steel pipes, each one 40 metres in length, are currently being unloaded at the Port of Gothenburg. The pipes have been transported from Turkey and will be used to construct a new tunnel in Gothenburg. The load is the first of two, making a total of 400 pipes that are due to be unloaded at the port.

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Älvsborg RORO AB changes name to Gothenburg RORO Terminal

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