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ABP won a mega paper-deal for Port of Hull

ABP has won a two-year contract with Belgium-based manufacturer – VPK Packaging Group – to handle 35,000 tonnes of paper per year at the Port of Hull. This bespoke agreement sees ABP handling paper reels destined for consumer packaging, from a weekly container shipment from Ghent at the Hull Container …

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Powering Port of Goole

ABP has invested over £1 million on a rooftop solar project at the Port of Goole which will generate enough clean energy to power the port on solar alone during peak generation times. In total, the major project will see 4,341 solar panels installed on four rooftops across the UK’s …

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ABP invests £1 million in port of Lowestoft

The first phase of a £300,000 demolition project to clear a new 13-acre development site has completed at the Port of Lowestoft’s Shell Quay. The project, to provide more development land for ABP and surrounding local businesses, brings ABP’s total investment in the Port of Lowestoft to £1 million in …

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HMS Cambria project is launched

Work has officially begun on the construction of a brand-new facility for HMS Cambria at the Port of Cardiff. The major maritime project is being delivered by Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association (RFCA) for Wales in partnership with, port owner and operator, Associated British Ports, South Wales (ABP South Wales). …

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Port of Hull expands its network

ABP’s Port of Hull continues to boom as it welcomes yet another new container service. The latest service will connect Hull with Antwerp, Belgium’s largest port. Global logistics company, Samskip, has opened up the twice-weekly route which will officially arrive at the Port of Hull for the first time on …

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MoU between ABP, Rolls Royce & Svitzer

Associated British Ports, the UK’s leading port operator, announces that it has invited Rolls Royce and Svitzer, part of the Maersk Group, to develop the next generation of technologies which will keep Britain trading. A tri-party Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), was instigated by ABP’s Director of Marine & Compliance, Mike …

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