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Tanks Arrive in Dublin For New Guinness Brewery

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Tanks Arrive in Dublin For New Guinness Brewery

Tanks Arrive in Dublin For New Guinness Brewery
February 19
08:00 2013
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The 10 X 30 tons fermentation tanks are to be discharged during the week and installed in Diageo’s Guinness (St. James Gate) plant. The historic city-centre brewery’s fermentation plant is to be refurbished as part of a major investment.

The 122m cargoship berthed alongside the former conventional ferry (mail) boat Carlisle Pier, from where the cargo will be taken by road convoy, but travelling overnight to avoid traffic and minimise disruption.

This delivery is part of a ‘project’ cargo as a further two shipments are scheduled, however it has been many years since cargoships have called to Dun Laoghaire Harbour.

In the late 1980’s/early 90’s there were relatively frequent calls undertaken by ‘reefer’ ships, vessels equipped with refrigeration capability carrying perishable products.

Some vessels were instead of the ro-ro design, this allowed refrigerated freight-trailers to be driven onboard the ship which berthed at the port’s ferry ramp linkspan.

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