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New lock for Terneuzen

Shipping interests and local political figures are pushing for a new Terneuzen lock capable of accommodating 100,000 dwt ships. The joint Belgian/ Dutch bureau studying all options, is due to report to the two countries' transport departments by February 2009.
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Most of the project’s estimated E1B costs would be borne jointly by the Dutch national transport department and the Flemish regional government of Flanders. “Our report will contain a total of seven options,” said Pieter Jonker, the Dutch manager for the bilateral KGT (Kanaal Gent-Terneuzen) project bureau.

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