Embattled ICF tries X.net

ANNOUNCING its 2001 results on June 6, Intercontainer-Interfrigo looked back on a year when traffic fell by over 13%, to 834894 TEU and 942 million TEU-km. Apart from losing two major customers, ICF attributed its poor performance to ’poor quality’, ’disruptions due to accidents and bad weather conditions’ and ’strikes ...

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