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ElecoPrecast in the docks

18 Apr 13 ElecoPrecast has completed storage improvements for a dockside warehouse at the port of Grangemouth.

Annually more than 9 million tonnes of cargo pass through, Scotland’s largest container port. ElecoPrecast has been working with both the port and there client Biomar, to convert some 40,000 sq.ft of the 100,000sq.ft operation, into bulk storage facilities using rocket walls.

Derek Knox, Port Manager, Port of Grangemouth said “It is important to our customers that we provide the highest quality warehousing facilities and we chose ElecoPrecast rocket walls for our specialist storage unit at the port. Our customer Biomar, is delighted with the rocket wall installation as they need their feed product to be stored well and handled efficiently.”

The improvements allow Forth Ports to provide separate storage areas for each compound, maximise the floor space and help with quality control.

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