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格里诺克港投资75万英镑提高冷藏货物能力

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格里诺克港投资75万英镑提高冷藏货物能力
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来源:VesselFinder 2024-05-17

翻译:国际海事信息网 檀智 张运鸿

 

        格里诺克港已将其冷藏点基础设施从32个扩展到220个,大幅提高了其冷藏货物的储存和配送能力

 

        苏格兰易腐货物出口商将受益于对格里诺克港冷藏点基础设施的75万英镑投资,这标志着该国冷藏货物能力的重大升级。

 

        冷藏点的大幅增加,从32个增加到220个,巩固了该港口作为西海岸冷藏和冷冻货物主要枢纽的地位。此举让食品和饮料制造商进入全球市场变得更加便利,土豆种子、肉类、鱼类、水果和蔬菜以及乳制品等商品将直接受益于该升级。

 

        这一扩张也给制药商、农业和其他处理温度敏感商品的企业带来了巨大的好处。

 

        这项投资促进了各种升级,包括在港口网络中增加一个新的变电站,建造专门设置的新冷藏龙门架,以及升级现有冷藏设施。

 

        格里诺克港扩建的冷藏点基础设施为制造商、货主、货运代理和航运公司提供了一系列好处,包括开辟可供替代的市场路线和出口更多冷藏货物的额外能力。

 

        扩建还消除了对柴油发电机的需求,帮助出口商减少其运营产生的碳排放。

 

        Peel Ports Clydeport港口总监Jim McSporran表示:“这项对格里诺克港冷藏点基础设施的重大投资突显了我们提供世界级设施,以满足苏格兰客户需求的承诺。

 

        “我们对这项投资为出口易腐商品的企业带来的机会感到兴奋,尤其是在温度敏感商品的需求不断增长的此时。我们期待着在苏格兰的出口成功中发挥更大的作用。”

 

        Drac Logistics是一家支持全球易腐食品进出口的公司,其苏格兰总监Craig Scrimgeour表示:“在今年晚些时候两台新的船岸起重机到来之前,我们为听说格里诺克港的冷藏船投资感到非常高兴。

 

        “这将大大提高我们储存和转移货物,以及进军全球市场的能力。

 

        “这对全国各地的进出口公司来说真是一个好消息,我们相信这将支持并吸引更多的服务项目进入苏格兰唯一的深水集装箱港口。”

 

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The Port of Greenock has expanded its reefer point infrastructure from 32 to 220, significantly enhancing its refrigerated cargo storage and distribution capacity.

 

Scottish exporters of perishable goods are set to benefit from a £750,000 investment into reefer point infrastructure at the Port of Greenock, which marks a significant upgrade to the country’s refrigerated cargo capabilities.

 

The substantial increase in reefer points, from 32 to 220, solidifies the port’s position as a leading hub for refrigerated and frozen cargo on the west coast. It will significantly increase ease of access to global markets for food and drink manufacturers, with commodities like seed potatoes, meats, fish, fruit and vegetables and dairy products directly benefiting from the upgrades.

 

The expansion also brings huge benefits to pharmaceuticals manufacturers, the agriculture industry and other enterprises dealing with temperature-sensitive goods.

 

The investment has facilitated various upgrades, including the addition of a new substation to the port's network, the construction of new purpose-built reefer gantries, and the upgrade of existing reefer facilities.

 

The expanded reefer points infrastructure at the Port of Greenock offers a range of benefits to manufacturers, cargo owners, freight forwarders, and shipping lines alike, including opening up alternative routes to market and additional capacity to export larger volumes of refrigerated cargo.

 

The expansion also eliminates the need for diesel generators, helping exporters to reduce the carbon emissions produced by their operations.

 

Jim McSporran, Port Director, Peel Ports Clydeport said: "This significant investment into the Port of Greenock’s reefer points infrastructure underscores our commitment to providing world-class facilities to support the needs of our customers in Scotland.

 

“We are excited about the opportunities this investment brings for businesses involved in exporting perishable goods, especially at a time when demand for temperature-sensitive goods is growing. We look forward to playing an even bigger role in Scotland’s export success."

 

Craig Scrimgeour, Scotland Director at Drac Logistics, a firm which supports the import and export of perishable foods across the world, said: “We’re really pleased to hear about this reefer investment at the Port of Greenock ahead of the imminent arrival of its two new ship-to-shore cranes later this year.

 

“This will significantly increase our ability to store and transfer our cargo, as well as our access to global markets.

 

“It’s really positive news for import and export companies across the country, and we believe it will support and attract new services into Scotland’s only deep water container port.”

来源:simic