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Grain export hits new heights

Humber International Terminal, Associated British Ports’ (ABP) deep-water riverside dry-bulk handling facility at its Port of Immingham, has broken yet another record with the loading of a cargo of almost 50,000t of grain, the largest grain export ever to leave the Humber Estuary.
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The 55,522 dwt vessel KOMATSUSHIMA STAR loaded the cargo, destined for the Far East, for port customer Gleadell Agriculture Limited who operate a dedicated grain facility at the Port of Immingham.

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