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New build project provides boost

LEER. The 4,000 square meter transshipment centre for Karl Huneke Straßen- und Tiefbau is intended to give an economic stimulus to the port of Leer. The area on Sägmühlstraße, which was built in spring and has already commenced operations on the quay, is mainly used for handling bulk goods, such as peat and topsoil, to a maximum capacity of 90,000 tonnes per year. Besides Huneke, the area can also be used by other companies. The firm of Rhenus, and natural stone company Weco, have already invested several million euros in their sites.

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New fuel from used oil

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BRAKE. With a workshop on hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany launched the initiative for an HVO model region Unterweser this March in Brake.

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