From Insider today:
‘Agricultural trade specialist Cefetra has agreed a multi-million pound long-term contract with Forth Ports to make the Port of Rosyth its agri-hub for Scotland. It will be deepened to provide a deep-water port capable of taking vessels carrying up to 50,000 tonnes of cargo. The existing storage space will be enhanced with the addition of a new, extensive, purpose-built agricultural products terminal increasing the storage area to around 100,000 tonnes.’
Annual activity is expected to be greater than 500 000 tonnes worth more £100 million.
When we’re running our own country we’ll need a lot more deep water ports. This looks like an excellent start.
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