Swedish infrastructure investor Infranode has invested 400 million Swedish krona ($42.25 million) in the development of a new greenfield container terminal in Sweden’s Port of Gävle, the Stockholm-based company announced Friday.
Infranode also became a minority shareholder in the port operator Yilport Sweden Terminal Investment AB and became a partner and co-owner of Yilport Holding’s Swedish operations in Gävle and the Stockholm Nord intermodal terminal, according to the press release.
The investment’s proceeds will go toward the expansion project to double the capacity of the Port of Gävle, the largest container port on Sweden’s east coast, to 600,000 TEUs. Announced in December 2017, the project is expected to be finished by the fall of 2020.
Yilport Sweden Terminal Investment and its subsidies have a concession agreement with the port authority Gävle Hamn AB until 2046, with a 10-year extension option, to operate and develop the port.
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The project, which is scheduled to begin in September and be finished by December 2020, will nearly double the terminal’s current annual handling capacity to 600,000 TEUs.
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