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Port Infrastructure & Development

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Kalicki said the new facility was also launching a new spare parts service from Portland Port offering Wartsila, Cegielski, Sul- zer, MAN, B&W and Cummins engines, Hydroster IMO pumps,

Alfa Laval and Westfalia sepa- rators, and ABB and Napier and

WSK turbochargers, as well as marine laundry equipment made by Primus and Lavamac.

‘HUGE’ POTENTIAL “We see huge potential in Port- land Port as one of the best-locat- ed ports in Britain,” he said. “It sits on pole position for naval and commercial shipping operating on the south coast of England and the English Channel. Our aim is to complement the range of mari- time services already available at the port by offering more exten- sive ship repair facilities, encour-

CREDIT: Portland Port aging shipowners to use Portland

Bill Reeves, CEO of Portland Port [front row, left] and Slawomir Kalicki, Group Presi-

Port for a

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