Hydrogen could be fuel of the future in Immingham

Associated British Ports (ABP) says it has become the first UK port operator to trial a hydrogen fuelled tractor, at its Immingham container terminal.  This joint pilot project received funding from ORE Catapult through Innovate UK’s Hydrogen Innovation Initiative (HII), following funding of initial feasibility from the Department for Transport’s Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition. The Terberg hydrogen terminal tractor has been tested alongside a mobile hydrogen filling station provided by Air ... [+]

ABP cuts back Immingham ambitions

Associated British Ports has scaled back its plans for the Immingham Eastern Roll-on Roll-off Terminal following a public consultation earlier this year. As a result of the responses and representations received, together with the commissioned navigation simulation, ABP has reduced the number of berths from four to three by removing the ... [+]

Immingham poised for giant crane delivery

The world’s largest hydraulic crane, a Mantsinen 300M Hybrilift, is under construction in Finland for ABP’s port of Immingham. Supplied by Cooper Specialised Handling, the machine has the reach and capacity to serve panamax size vessels and can handle up 1,500 tonnes per hour – far greater than rope crane ... [+]

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