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Port of Belfast extends digital connections

Northern Ireland’s major port and logistics hub in Belfast is looking to improve its digital outlook offering customers greater connectivity expanding the digital services at the port which handles over 500,000 freight vehicles annually on ferries as well as container ships.

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