VILNIUS - The Lithuanian seaport of Klaipeda is tightening control over ammonium nitrate fertilizer shipments handled by port operators.
While control over dangerous goods is a routine process at the port, its authority has ordered operators to additionally check the unloading, loading, movement and temporary storage of ammonium nitrate, Algis Latakas, the port's CEO, said on Monday.
"Proper supervision and control of such cargo is and must be ensured in the port," he said. "I would like to emphasize once again that...
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