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Rostock eyes heavy-duty berth

Germany’s Rostock Port has received a grant worth approximately EUR5.4 million (USD6.24 million) for the construction of the heavy-duty berth 15, which will be able to accommodate heavier loads.

In addition to the quay, a heavy-duty rail track will be built for the sea-side handling of heavy project cargoes, said Rostock.

Rostock Ports said that by improving its terminal infrastructure it hopes to increase the chances of winning heavy project load handling contracts.

www.rostock-port.de

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