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Bordeaux terminal underway

A deficit in aggregates for civil construction projects in the Aquitaine region of southwest France has led to growing volumes of imports from various countries, such as Scotland. Most imports are handled in the Bassens port complex of the Port of Bordeaux – around 600,000t in 2013 – which is now approaching saturation.
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Bordeaux port authority (GPMB) has decided to bring back into service an abandoned coal facility at Grattequina, located between Blanquefort and Parempuyre on the left bank of the Garonne, some 15 km upstream of the confluence with the Dordogne and the true start of the sea estuary.

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