According to EIB website, the project aims at increasing the capacity and upgrading the facilities of the Port of Ystad to meet the current market needs, by accommodating larger ferry vessels. It will cover the construction of two new deeper ferry berths at a new pier located in the outer port basin, as well as of related facilities in reclaimed areas located to the east of the new berths. It also consists of dredging works in the existing outer basin of the port, build a new breakwater south of the existing eastern breakwater with a new reclaimed platform for future port activities expansion and the extension of the breakwater at the western part of the port.
Ystad Hamn Logistik AB provides logistic services. The Company offers both freight and inventory management. The Company also provides trucks, loaders, and mobile cranes for harbor assistance. Ystad Hamn Logistik serves customers in Ystad Harbour in Sweden.
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