Katoen Natie is in the process of selling its participation on Montevideo´s Port Container Terminal.
Since 2001 Kateon Natie has controlled Terminal Cuenca del Plata (“TCP”) which handles the movement and storage of containers in Montevideo´s Port.
The Belgian company is expected to divest this year its 80% participation on TCP.
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