Categories: Associated British Ports, Ayr, NewsPublished On: 22.01.2019169 words0.9 min read

Associated British Ports (ABP) has announced a £2.2 million investment in a new state-of-the-art warehouse at the Port of Ayr which will improve its customer offering.

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Work on the new 4,000 sqm agribulk terminal began in 2018 to support South West Scotland’s growing agricultural sector. The new facility will be located on the west side of Griffin Dock at the port.

Commenting on the latest investment news, Andrew Harston, ABP Short Sea Ports Director, said: “We are proud to announce another major investment in our Scottish ports to ensure that we can continue to offer our customers the best infrastructure available to help their businesses grow.

“As the UK’s leading company in our sector, we are committed to an extensive investment plan focusing on the Ports of Ayr and Troon and we would actively encourage Scottish businesses in need of first class port facilities in the West of Scotland to come and talk to us.”

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Further details available on the ABP website