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Associated British Ports (ABP) officially opened its timber terminal in the Port of King’s Lynn, Offering 3,000 m2 of undercover storage.
The volume of lumber at the port is seen to increase by 85% year-on-year in 2021 to keep up with the growing demand for use in construction, construction and DIY.
ABP has invested more than £1.4 million in Dutch Barn’s new secret storage facility.
The construction and civil engineering company Britcon completed the work on the port.
James Wilde, MP for Northwest Norfolk, He added that “this investment in new facilities to support high demand from construction and other sectors is a vote of confidence in Norfolk. As the economy continues to improve, ABP Kings Lynn’s vital business ties will drive growth across the country.” playing an important role in this.”
The 97-acre (39-hectare) Port of Kings Lynn handles approximately 500,000 tons of cargo each year, including dry bulk, forest products, steel and other metals.
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