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Stakeholders Raise Questions about Planned Logistic Holding

Brdo pri Kranju, 13 September - A conference on a logistics holding that would tie up three biggest state-owned transport companies saw doubts voiced by some of the stakeholders regarding the plan put forward by former boss of Deutsche Bahn Hartmut Mehdorn.

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Slovenske zeleznice adviser and former boss of Deutsche Bahn Hartmut Mehdorn addresses a conference on plans for a logistics holding that would tie up three of Slovenia's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Transport Minister Patrick Vlacic (third from right), Prime Minister Borut Pahor (second from right) and former boss of Deutsche Bahn Hartmut Mehdorn, who acts as government adviser, attend a conference on a planned logistics holding that would merge three of Slovenia's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Maks Tajnikar of the Ljubljana Economy Faculty, Elen Twrdy of the Portoroz Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport, Economy Minister Patrick Vlacic, Slovenske zeleznice adviser Hartmut Mehdorn, Martin Lipicnik of the Celje Logistics Faculty and Prime Minister Borut Pahor (from left to right) participating in a debate as part of a conference on the planned Slovenian Logistic Holding.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Government adviser and former Deutsche Bahn boss Hartmut Mehdor addresses a conference on a planned logistics holding.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Government adviser and former Deutsche Bahn boss Hartmut Mehdor addresses a conference on a planned logistics holding.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor addresses a conference on the government-planned logistics holding that is to merge three of the country's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Transport Minister Patrick Vlacic addresses a conference on the government-planned logistics holding that is to merge three of the country's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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Prime Minister Borut Pahor (right), Transport Minister Patrick Vlacic (left) and Finance Minister Franc Krizanic (back) arrive at a conference on a planned logistics holding that is to merge three of Slovenia's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Brdo pri Kranju
Transport Minister Patrick Vlacic addresses a conference on the government-planned logistics holding that is to merge three of the country's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Brdo pri Kranju
Prime Minister Borut Pahor addresses a conference on the government-planned logistics holding that is to merge three of the country's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Brdo pri Kranju
Slovenske zeleznice adviser and former boss of Deutsche Bahn Hartmut Mehdorn attends a conference on plans for a logistics holding that would tie up three of Slovenia's biggest logistics companies.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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