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New freight terminal opens at Dublin Port

Dublin Port Company (DPC) has announced the opening of T4, a newly redeveloped RoRo freight terminal, costing €127 million (around US$135 million).

The terminal, which was self-financed by DPC and delivered on time and on budget, was officially launched by Ireland's Minister of State, Jack Chambers, TD.

T4 is the first of three major capital development projects under DPC's Masterplan to boost Dublin port’s cargo handling capacity until 2040.

The new freight terminal is able to handle more than 220,000 RoRo units annually, which equates to over one-fifth of all RoRo units at Dublin Port based on 2022 volumes and more RoRo freight per annum than any other port in Ireland.

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