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More services for Dover truckers

[ February 13, 2015   //   ]

Motis, the Irish-based freight services specialist that took over the Freight Services Agency and truckstop in the Port of Dover in 2012, is investing £1million to develop the site. Cargo handling facilities are being upgraded to include ambient, frozen and chilled storage and transhipment. Safety and security is being further enhanced with 1km of new fencing, upgraded ANPR and additional CCTV equipment. The work also includes new toilets, showers, launderette, catering and TV lounge for the 320 -pace dedicated truck facility. Additional services include HGV Levy, Dart Charge, Customs Clearance, TIR Sealing, POD dispatch and digitacho download.

Motis FSA general manager Rob Hardy, , said: “It has taken a little longer than anticipated to start the key works on site, but meanwhile we have been able to provide an interim service. Going forward we aim to be the benchmark for truck parking and have many innovative plans to further add value which we will be implementing over the coming months.

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