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Larger container vessels lead to Felixstowe berth enhanced capacity

The Port of Feixstowe has completed the strengthening and dredging works to Berth 7 on Trinity Terminal, which will improve its deep-water berthing capacity.

The berth upgrade, together with a programme to extend the outreach of 10 ZPMC quay cranes to 23 boxes wide on Berths 6 & 7, are in direct response to the increasing size and depth of the world's largest container vessels, said the Hong Kong-based port operator Hutchison Ports, which owns Felixstowe.

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