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Port’s rail capacity increased

17 December 2020

The Port of Grangemouth has invested £3 million to scale up and modernise the port’s rail capacity.

It will create an extended dual rail siding of 775 metres – currently 200 metres – capable of handling the longest freight trains on the UK network.

The port also has on-site distribution warehouses with cross docking possibilities and is within a few miles of the main supermarket distribution centres within Central Scotland.

Derek Knox, senior port manager at The Port of Grangemouth said: “Over the past five years, we have invested over £30 million in the Port of Grangemouth to offer our customers first class service and connectivity for their businesses.”

 
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