Dover goes with the grain

Cefetra’s MV Peak Dublin was the first ship to call at Dover’s new cargo terminal with a cargo of export grain. The new multi-purpose cargo terminal facility is a major part of the Port’s £250 million Dover Western Docks Revival development. Recently appointed cargo terminal manager, Nik Scott-Gray, said: “What better way to christen our fantastic brand new facility than with a brand new customer. Cefetra’s arrival delivers a real sign ... [+]

Feeding frenzy for Tilbury

The Port of Tilbury has signed a new five-year agreement with Cefetra to handle animal feed imports for the East Anglian area. It will bring thousands of tonnes of cargo a year. Owners Forth Ports will also provide a dedicated 60,000-tonne quayside storage facility. Cefetra, which trades over 3 million ... [+]

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