More direct calls avoiding the UK could reduce the nation to a feeder market
High levels of congestion at major container gateways have led to declining direct port calls ...
Scotland’s largest port, Grangemouth is this weekend (7 May) celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first container vessel to call at the port and the UK. The Sea-land freight service called into the port on the Saturday 7th May 1966 as part of the Europe and American shipping route transporting mostly Scotch whisky for onward travel to the USA.
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