Swedish infrastructure player makes Oslo port investment

The port investment is Swedish firm Infranode's fourth investment in Norway and first in the country’s transport sector.

Photo: Lindsey Wasson/REUTERS / X06566

Swedish infrastructure investor Infranode is investing in Yilport Oslo, the operator responsible for managing the port of Oslo, Norway’s largest harbor.

This is Infranode's fourth investment in Norway but the first in the country’s transportation sector, and complements Infranode’s existing portfolio in energy and social infrastructure, Head of Norway at Infranode, Erik Botnevik, says in a statement.

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