Recruitment agency news in South Wales – ABP Investment
The company which runs ports in South Wales including Newport is investing £3.6m across the region.
ABP director South Wales Matthew Kennerley said: “The replacement of the lock gates is essential in maintaining our key operational assets to ensure the port continues to operate efficiently.
“We handle more than 12 million tonnes of cargo every year across our South Wales ports and welcome a wide variety of businesses and customers through the lock on a daily basis.
“The new gates will secure a safe, resilient and effective lock operation for many years to come ensuring the Port of Cardiff remains open for business for Wales and beyond.”
The new gates are designed and constructed by Dutch specialist contractor Ravestein who recently completed the Special design, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of new Lock Gates at ABP’s Port of Grims
The refubishments includes the following :
- The Queen Alexandra lock in Cardiff have seen the inner lock gates replaced.
- The outer gates at Port Talbot are to be replaced
- The gates at Barry will undergo major refurbishment.
For more on this story visit the ABP website