ABP hands Hams Hall operations to Maritime Transport
Maritime loading intermodal (Maritime)960
The deal signed last week between Associated British Ports and Maritime Transport has seen management at Hams Hall international intermodal terminal change hands for only the third time in its 25-year history. Maritime has moved up from the status of major customer to managerial operator in a development that suits both parties. The change of management takes effect on 3 July.
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A win win it seems.
For sake of railways, what all is about…, both parties, now together, may attend bottlenecks, unnecessarily, plaguing Industry..
A New Old Railway decisively has to be constructed for! For sake of quality, of sustainably reduced track charges, etc., capacity and utilisation of investments made, shall no longer be hampered, due to simple technicalities. Safely allowed 70.000 pound axial load is a min.. Electrification, yes, but a timely, etc., etc.