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From | Thursday 6 September 2018

A major Humber port has announced a £36m expansion as part of the second phase of a project which saw two new cranes added to the Port of Hull.

The investment at Immingham has been triggered by Associated British Ports and it is hoped it could provide a further jobs boost for the region.

Last year, the port operator announced a £50m investment for its container terminal offer across the Humber, with a £14m first phase seeing the expansion of Hull Container Terminal and the arrival of two purpose-built gantry cranes to support its operations.

The second phase has now started, with further details set to emerge this week.

Simon Bird, regional director for ABP Humber, said: “Trade through the Humber ports remains buoyant and we are confident that this trend will continue as we invest in our infrastructure.

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