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New contract echoes historic Southampton shipment

UK port operator Solent Stevedores has handled a record cargo shipment at the King George V Dock at Port of Southampton on behalf of Aggregate Industries.

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30,000t of aggregate discharged from the YEOMAN BANK
30,000t of aggregate discharged from the YEOMAN BANK

The YEOMAN BANK vessel arrived at the port in late February, commencing a long contract to discharge regular cargoes of aggregate.

With echoes of Aggregate Industries’ historical presence at the Port of Southampton, the vessel arrived at King George V Dock with 30,000t of aggregate from the Glensanda super quarry in Scotland, from which supply was once a regular feature at the port. This is the largest cargo to be unloaded at King George V Dock.

 

Tom Dynes, director at Solent Stevedores, said: “We’re really pleased to welcome back Aggregate Industries to our terminal at the Port of Southampton.

 

“Handling bulk cargo is a speciality for our highly skilled team and this contract reflects our position as a leading port operator.”

 

The aggregate will be used for civil engineering and building projects across the south of England.

 

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