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DFDS and Scottish Port Operator to Invest €6 million Into Scrubbers and Infrastructure

Mon Jul 13 09:11:25 CEST 2015 arnekiel

DFDS Seaways and Scotland-based Forth Ports Limited will invest €6 million ($6.6 million) into infrastructure and technology upgrades at Scotland's Port of Rosyth, DFDS Seaways announced this week. Part of the plan is reportedly investing in the Rosyth-Zeebrugge freight route, which will include installing a scrubber system and implementing a fuel optimisation program aboard the Finlandia Seaways, with the scrubber installation process expected to take place during the vessel’s next dry-dock period by the end of 2015. Infrastructure adjustments at a terminal in the port, which will reportedly make up roughly €1 million ($1.1 million) of that investment, will go towards facilitating the increase of freight capacity aboard vessels. Source:

Rosyth handles largest ever vessel

Mon Aug 18 09:53:02 CEST 2014 arnekiel

The Port of Rosyth, owned by Forth Ports, is playing a major role in the construction process of the new £1.4billion Firth of Forth road bridge – the Queensferry Crossing – which is set to leave a legacy securing the long term future of the port, the company said in its press release. With the arrival of 36 x 270 - 350 tonne large steel deck sections 14 August) aboard the specialist heavy load ship, the ZPMC Zhen Hua 24, Forth Port’s marine and heavy load handling experience came into their own as Rosyth welcomed the largest ship ever to visit the port. Since 2011, the Fife port has been the marine hub for the construction project which has seen the port transformed with significant investment in works to: strengthen the quayside storage areas at North Wall to accommodate heavy loads; install a new security gate and road network; provide offices for the project’s marine team and bespoke warehousing for storage and steel preparation. Commenting on the legacy for the Port of Rosyth, Charles Hammond, Forth Ports’ Chief Executive, said: “We are thrilled to be playing our part in this significant construction project and our key location close to the construction site ensures that materials, including the steel delivered last week, are only a matter of minutes away by water delivery. The Forth Ports team did a great job with the ZPMC Zhen Hua 24 which is one of the largest specialist vessels we have welcomed to our port and a milestone for the construction team. “The significant investment by Forth Ports and the FCBC project team in strengthening the quayside storage areas at North Wall; security systems; and warehousing at the port; as well as the new improved roads infrastructure that the opening of the new bridge will bring, will position Rosyth as a key location for specialist project work, heavy lift operations and will make the port very attractive to the North Sea oil & gas sector.”

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