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Port Ready for Extension of Terminal

Koper, 4 October - Port operator Luka Koper is ready to extend the first terminal at Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper. The EUR 50m project will extend the terminal by around a third allowing the port to increase container transshipment.

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Press conference of port operator Luka Koper at which company representatives spoke about plans to extend the port's first terminal.
Luka Koper chairman Robert Casar.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Celebration marking 50th anniversary of Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Prime Minister Janez Jansa.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Celebration marking 50th anniversary of Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Celebration marking 50th anniversary of Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Celebration marking 50th anniversary of Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Laying of the foundation stone for the extension of the first terminal at Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Prime Minister Janez Jansa (left) and Luka Koper chairman Robert Casa (right).
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Laying of the foundation stone for the extension of the first terminal at Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Laying of the foundation stone for the extension of the first terminal at Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Prime Minister Janez Jansa (left) and Luka Koper chairman Robert Casa (central).
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Laying of the foundation stone for the extension of the first terminal at Slovenia's sole maritime port in Koper.
Koper Mayor Boris Popovic (central).
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Press conference of port operator Luka Koper at which company representatives spoke about plans to extend the port's first terminal.
Luka Koper chairman Robert Casar (centre).
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

Koper
Press conference of port operator Luka Koper at which company representatives spoke about plans to extend the port's first terminal.
Luka Koper chairman Robert Casar (centre).
Photo: Kaja Kraljevic/STA

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