Able digs deep to upgrade Seaton Port

Posted by Charles Decuir on December 7, 2017 1:15 PM EST
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Following a programme of dredging work - to a depth of 9.5 m - the port has the capacity to give the majority of vessels 24-hour access to its facilities. ASP will now seek to grow its marine decommissioning, offshore wind installation and large-scale project cargo handling business.


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