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Associated British Ports is to invest in the refurbishment of the port of King's Lynn, including a new £3m shed, a £1m crane and an unspecified number of new jobs.
ABP is planning to create a cruise ship berth at Millbay docks in Plymouth by 2019.
Associated British Ports is to relocate from Spurn Point to a new £5m marine control centre at the port estate in Grimsby over the next year.
Associated British Ports is to invest £7m in the expansion of the cargo handling facilities at the port of Swansea over the next four years.
Associated British Ports has unveiled plans for a £12m investment in vehicle handling facilities at the port of Southampton.
Associated British Ports is to invest up to £100m in new facilities at Immingham, Hull and Goole, with the creation of 100 jobs, in order to handle wood pellet imports for the Drax power station.
Associated British Ports has agreed a deal with Jenkins Shipping to handle Holmen Paper products at the Port of Hull, including a new £2.5m 30,000 sq ft warehouse.
Associated British Ports has won government approval to build a new £25m riverside car terminal in Grimsby for automotive logistics firm GBA.
Associated British Ports is planning to invest £30m in the development of a new 100,000 sq ft cruise terminal in Southampton by 2014.
Associated British Ports has confirmed that Lowestoft has been selected as the site for the operations centre for the Greater Gabbard wind farm project, which will create up to 150 jobs.
Associated British Ports is to invest £1.5m in the creation of an operational base in Lowestoft for the Greater Gabbard offshore wind farm project, with the creation of up to 150 jobs.
Associated British Ports is to invest £10m in the expansion of Southampton docks, having agreed a deal with Royal Caribbean International Cruises to handle its new large cruise ship in 2007.
Associated British Ports has sold its AMPORTS business in the US to an affiliate of Lincolnshire Equity Fund for £57m.
Associated British Ports has received government approval to build a £30m riverside container terminal at the Port of Hull, as part of a £120m investment at its four ports in Immingham, Goole, Grimsby and Hull.
Associated British Ports is to build a £1m green fuel storage tank at the port of Goole, in order to import wood pellets, olive residue and other materials for Renewable Fuels.
Associated British Ports is to invest a further £15m in the £45m coal handling terminal that is being built at the port of Immingham, following an agreement to handle imports for Scottish & Southern Energy.
Associated British Ports is to build a £1.6m distribution centre at the Port of Swansea for RKL Plywood by the end of the year.
Associated British Ports has won permission to develop a new £40m container terminal at the port of Hull.
Associated British Ports is to invest £2.5m at Garston docks on Merseyside, including a new aggregates distribution facility for Maxit.
Associated British Ports is to set up a new £1m office at its Hams Hall freight terminal in Birmingham.
Associated British Ports has won permission for the £4m extension of Teignmouth docks, and work is expected to start in 2005.
Associated British Ports has announced plans to develop an additional £45m riverside terminal for coal imports at Immingham.
Associated British Ports has awarded a £3.5m contract to Nuttall to expand its roll-on roll-off ferry facilities at Ipswich Docks.
Associated British Ports is to invest £1m in the expansion of the ABP Connect rail freight terminal at Hams Hall, in order to cope with a new daily service from Southampton.
Associated British Ports has been refused permission to develop a £600m container terminal facility at Dibden Bay near Southampton, due to environmental concerns.
Associated British Ports is to invest £0.9m extending storage facilities for South Dock Terminals at the Port of Goole, while £0.5m will be invested in a new production facility for Whitemountain Roadstone at the Port of Immingham.
Associated British Ports and DFDS Tor Line are to build a £35m riverside ro-ro and container terminal at the Port of Immingham.
Associated British Ports is considering plans to invest more than £40m in the expansion of the port of Immingham over the next three years.
Associated British Ports is to invest £0.7m in the provision of new storage facilities for North Sea Lumber at Alexandra Dock in Hull.
Associated British Ports is to build a second £6m roll-on roll-off freight terminal at the port of Ipswich, and a contractor will be selected in February.
Associated British Ports is to invest more than £1m in new facilities at the Port of Southampton, having won a contract with Channel Freight Ferries to provide a daily ro-ro service to Rouen.
Associated British Ports is investing £3.5m in infrastructure works at the Port of Newport in South Wales, in order to expand the facilities for Australian metals-recycling company Sims Group.
Associated British Ports is to invest £1.1m at the Port of Cardiff in order to create a steel importing facility for Marshall Maritime Services.
Associated British Ports has announced plans to invest £4m in the expansion of Millbay Docks in Plymouth, in preparation for the launch of a new superferry that will sail to Spain from next April.
Associated British Ports is to invest £2m in new facilities at Grimsby and Immingham, which will involve Sea-Cargo moving its container service to Immingham and Freshney Cargo Services expanding its operation at Grimsby.
Associated British Ports has secured a £1.2m grant from the Strategic Rail Authority for a £2m expansion of the Hams Hall rail terminal in Midlands by its ABP Connect division.
Associated British Ports has submitted proposals for a multi-million pound improvement scheme at Teignmouth Quay in Devon, including new warehouses and a longer quay.
Associated British Ports is to build a new £1m terminal on Immingham Dock to handle pulp and paper imports for Bowater.
Associated British Ports is to invest £4.6m in new storage facilities at Newport docks, having won a long-term contract to import timber from Scandinavia and the Baltic states.
Associated British Ports is setting up a new £1m warehouse and storage terminal at Immingham, to enable IAWS Fertilisers to produce and distribute granular horticultural products.
Associated British Ports is to sell its Amports aviation services business in the US to Macquarie Global Infrastructure Funds for £32m.
Associated British Ports has agreed a 50-year lease to develop the old Ailsa-Troon shipyard, and will use the 5.5 hectare site for ship repair and other port-related business.
Associated British Ports has announced plans to build a £50m roll-on roll-off ferry terminal at Immingham, creating up to 200 jobs.
Associated British Ports is to start work on the development of a £3m multi-deck car terminal at Southampton Docks, in partnership with leading vehicle shippers Wallenius Wilhelmsen.
Associated British Ports has announced plans to build a £1m fertiliser terminal at the port of Ayr to handle bulk imports from Norway.
Associated British Ports has sold Red Runnel, its Southampton-based ferry business, to a subsidiary of investment bank JP Morgan for £71m.
Associated British Ports has obtained 14.8 acres of land for the £8.5m expansion of Ipswich Port along the east bank of the River Orwell, and is now seeking potential occupiers for the site.
Associated British Ports has acquired Berkeley Group, the Southampton-based stevedoring and vehicle processing company, for £18m.
Associated British Ports is to submit new proposals for the transformation of Dibden Bay on Southampton Water into a container terminal, including a ferry link to Town Quay in Southampton.
Associated British Ports and P&O have announced plans to build a new cruise ship terminal in Southampton, with completion due in 2001.
Associated British Ports is planning to build a £10m ferry passenger terminal in Hull.
Associated British Ports has submitted plans to build a 180-berth marina at the New Cut East island in the port of Ipswich.
Associated British Ports has announced plans to build a new £5m terminal at the Port of Hull in order to double the capacity for paper and board shipments, and more than 50 jobs will be created.
Associated British Ports has started work on the £30m Humber International Terminal Project that will enable Immingham to handle cargo ships of up to 100,000 tonnes, and more than 300 jobs will be created during construction.
Associated British Ports has agreed to acquire American Port Services, the operator of car terminals at four US ports, for £106m, as part of a strategy to increase its range of services and expand overseas.
Associated British Ports is acquiring Exxtor Group Shipping Services, the operator of a roll on-roll off terminal at Immingham for £16m.