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Seaport of Emden: Modernization completed

Leer, January 2022 | From now on, ships and boats can reach the seaport of Leer again without any restrictions. The modernization of the sea lock completed.

The stability of the 192-meter-long and 26-meter-wide sealock has been optimized.Various areas of the #industrialport were dredged to a depth of 6 meters so that seagoing ships in particular can reach the handling companies better. Around 15,000 cubic meters of silt came together – 14 barge loads.

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Credits: Stadtwerke Leer AöR

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