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Two mammoth tasks on one day

BREMEN/BREMERHAVEN. In September, the reserve gates of the Oslebshausen lock in Bremen and the Kaiser lock in Bremerhaven were undocked and moved into position on the same day after a stay in the dockyard. It started with the reserve gate of the Oslebshausen lock, which among other work had the retaining wall for flood protection raised at the Fassmer dockyard. A short time later, the same procedure was repeated for Gate 2 of the Kaiser lock, which will now be the reserve gate. It has been adapted to the new design of the lock at the Lloyd dockyard.

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