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CONNECTING ISTANBUL AND THE UK VIA RAIL 
 
As part of MSC’s comprehensive range of cargo services between Europe and the UK, they are now offering the Omerli-Tekirdağ rail service. 
 
Once the cargo departs Turkey via Asyaport (Port of Tekirdağ), it’s just eight days until it reaches the Port of Felixstowe in the UK (or 12 days to the Port of Liverpool). 
 
Click Read More for more information on this service and how we can help with your cargo movements from and to Turkey. 
 
Felixstowe completes ro-ro upgrade 
 
Work to allow the Port of Felixstowe to accommodate larger ro-ro vessels and improve the efficiency of vessel operations has been completed, the port’s operator revealed this week, reporting rising volumes in recent weeks due to the UK’s new import requirements for EU goods. 
 
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PORT OF FELIXSTOWE SELECTED FOR UK GOVERNMENT 5G TRIAL 
 
Hutchison Ports’ Port of Felixstowe will be the largest UK port to deploy 5G technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) to enhance productivity, efficiency and safety across its core operations 
 
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AMBITIOUS VISION SET OUT FOR INNOVATIVE NEW FREEPORT IN EAST OF ENGLAND 
 
Freeport East would focus on the Port of Felixstowe and Harwich International Port – both owned by Hutchison Ports – and be a strategic hub linking UK importers and exporters with suppliers and customers across the globe, situated as it is at the heart of vital trading routes to Asia and Northern Europe 
 
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Felixstowe congestion to continue into December 
 
The Port of Felixstowe says high container volumes may continue through into the New Year, claiming it is taking action to increase resources and remove ‘slow-moving PPE containers’. 
 
Congestion at the UK’s largest container port, Felixstowe, is expected to continue into December and possibly into the new year, as unexpectedly high import volumes, slow-moving containers of PPE, and problems managing the high activity levels persist. 
 
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