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More storage space completed on Niedersachsenkai

October 4 - The completion of the final asphalting at the J. M

 

More storage space completed on Niedersachsenkai
October 4 - The completion of the final asphalting at the J. Müller Breakbulk Terminal in Brake, Germany, means another 40,000 sq m of warehouse space is now available at the new harbour on the port's Niedersachsenkai, giving it 12 ha of operational area.
Around EUR 2.4 million (USD 3.1 million) has been invested in storage and traffic management areas.
The new storage facilities at the J. Müller Breakbulk Terminal GmbH will be used mainly for large and heavy goods such as steel products and wind energy components.
Hence, a special asphalt mix has been used during the construction work, which is suitable for the requirements of the large weights that are anticipated.
For 2012, traffic volumes over the J. Müller Breakbulk Terminal are expected to include 700,000 tonnes of iron & steel, 1 million tonnes of cellulose and, respectively, 100,000 tonnes of wind energy components and recyclable materials.
The Niedersachsenkai now offers a quay some 450 m in length for the simultaneous release of two large ships and can handle weights of up to 1,000 tonnes.
From left to right: Volker Schäfer (Schäfer Consult), Antje Tussinger and Hartmut Wolberg (J. Müller) and Ingo Harms (Matthäi) Image: Torsten Wewer
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The new storage facilities at the J. Müller Breakbulk Terminal GmbH will be used mainly for large and heavy goods such as steel products and wind energy components.

Hence, a special asphalt mix has been used during the construction work, which is suitable for the requirements of the large weights that are anticipated.

For 2012, traffic volumes over the J. Müller Breakbulk Terminal are expected to include 700,000 tonnes of iron and steel, 1 million tonnes of cellulose and, respectively, 100,000 tonnes of wind energy components and recyclable materials.


The Niedersachsenkai now offers a quay some 450 m in length for the simultaneous release of two large ships and can handle weights of up to 1,000 tonnes.

www.seaports.de
www.seaports-offshore.de
www.jmueller.de

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