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Large excavation work at the Port of Kolding

Large excavation work at the Port of Kolding

09-01-2017 10:00:00


The Port of Kolding has launched a major excavation work in the harbor just outside the shipping channel. There needs to be moved a total of approximately 12,000 cubic meters before the desired depth of 7,10 meters can be maintained. It is the shipping company Høj which is in the process of performing the task.

The dredging vessel Sirius High solves the task. When the ship is filled with dredged material, it will be moved into a big barge that will sail the material out to Trelde Næs, where the Port of Kolding has permission to unload.

The duration of the tash will depend somewhat on the weather, but it is expected that the work is performed during February.

See more images at Port of Kolding's Facebook HERE

Source: Maritime Denmark


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