Projects gather pace as Kiel Canal traffic dips

Brunsbüttel lock complex with new lock construction (Photo-WSA-Brunsbüttel)

German authorities are ploughing some €2 billion into long-term improvements on the Kiel Canal as the waterway records its lowest ship traffic and cargo figures for years, reports Tom Todd.

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