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Investment boosts Immingham grain

Associated British Ports (ABP) is set to invest £3.26M in the construction of a dedicated agribulks storage facility at its Port of Immingham, following the signing of a new 20-year agreement with longstanding customer Gleadell Agriculture Ltd.
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ABP will demolish an obsolete shed on land adjacent to the port’s No. 5 Quay, to make way for a new 3,500 m2 storage facility for Gleadell - the port’s sole grain shipper and one of the foremost grain exporters and traders in the UK. The facility will help Gleadell service, and expand, its current operations by enabling the company to accommodate growing shipments of imported grain products in purpose-built dockside grain storage, as well as providing transit storage for its wide range of export products.

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