Hull ups reefer capacity

ABP has increased its refrigerated container storage capacity at the Port of Hull with the installation of two new reefer gantries at the Humber Container Terminal. They raise capacity by an additional 64 reefers. The two new gantries allows reefers on the terminal to be stacked four high, saving ground space, and in turn increases capacity for other types of containers. As the COVID-19 crisis continues, theexpansion will help support the ... [+]

Hull electrifies forklift fleet

The port of Hull has taken delivery of a fleet of six new, electric forklift trucks. The the Linde machines will be based at the retail warehouse, adjacent to the Humber Container Terminal. The vehicles’ rechargeable batteries are easy to remove and charge within a 12 hour period ensuring the ... [+]

ABP signs windblade deal

ABP has signed a 12-month contract with Siemens Gamesa to store 37 wind turbine blades at its port of Hull for the Hornsea One offshore windfarm. It will use a six-acre area located at the port's Eastern Access, on King George Dock. [+]

New manager for Hull

Associated British Ports (ABP) Humber has appointed Mark Frith as port manager Hull and Goole. His appointment is part of a restructure for ABP on the Humber, which recently saw the four ports of Hull, Goole, Grimsby, and Immingham brought under one directorate. He joins the company after a career in logistics ... [+]

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