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Port of Felixstowe
Port of Felixstowe has won planning permission for a new 51-acre logistics park, including 1m sq ft of warehouse space.
Port of Felixstowe is planning to recruit 500 workers this year, partly due to the large number of people retiring.
Port of Felixstowe is planning to recruit a further 200 workers over the next 12 months, in order to handle an increase in cargo.
Port of Felixstowe has unveiled multi-million pound proposals to expand the viewing area overlooking the port, in order to provide a heritage centre and other facilities for visitors.
Port of Felixstowe has announced plans for another multi-million pound expansion project, which will involve the creation of extra deep-water berths and 400 new jobs.
Port of Felixstowe is recruiting an extra 150 quayside staff immediately and may add a further 150 early next year, in order to improve customer service levels and compete against other European ports.
Port of Felixstowe is seeking permission to build 270 metres of new quays, as part of a £70m expansion project to accommodate the world's largest container ships.
Port of Felixstowe has won approval from Suffolk Coastal Council for a £70m expansion programme, which will create 100 jobs.