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APM Terminals resumes operations at Nava Sheva freight station

 APM Terminals India, a part of AP Moller Maersk, said it is resuming operations at its container freight station at Nava Sheva Port that it had shut down a month ago due to incidents of violence by retrenched workers. “On September 28th,

 APM Terminals had to suspend operations at the facility as the safety of 500 employees was under threat. Keeping our people safe is our primary responsibility, and hence, a difficult yet unavoidable decision had to be taken after two separate instances of violence were instigated against them by some local violent elements in August and September,” said APM Terminals in a statement. “

After intense discussions with all the concerned authorities, and having received the necessary assurances and security for our people moving forward, we have now taken the careful decision to restart our services in the area,” it added.

This is one of the two facilities of APM at Nava Sheva. It has 7 CFS facilities across the country.

 

 

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