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ABP appoints Mr Martin Bardle as new head of Humber International Terminal

Logistic News - Published on Fri, 15 Mar 2019

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ABP announced that Mr Martin Bardle, formerly the company’s Head of Compliance, has stepped into an operational position and taken up the helm at Immingham’s Humber International Terminal. The site handles 10% of the country’s energy cargoes and has the capacity to host Panamax size vessels as well as part-laden Capesize vessels, the largest dry bulk cargo ships. In 2013, the HIT handled around 13 million tonnes of coal however in 2015, an agreement was signed with Drax power station to provide a facility designed to handle biomass and the HIT now boasts the country’s largest biomass handling facility, named the Immingham Renewable Fuels Terminal.

The terminal is made up of eight large concrete silos which dominate the Immingham skyline with their 60m height. Each silo is able to contain 25,000 tonnes of biomass and benefits from the latest safety measures such as fire suppression systems.

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Posted By : Ratan Singh on Fri, 15 Mar 2019
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