Able UK’s troubles no deterrent to other potential shipbreakers
Oct 20, 2006 | 03:11 PM
The rejection that British shipbreaker Able UK Ltd. got this month from one English town hasn't discouraged other British companies from seeking a berth in the shipbreaking business.
A&P Group Ltd. has applied to start shipbreaking operations at its yard in Hebburn, northeast England. A&P has two dry-dock facilities at its yard on the River Tyne and hopes to have the necessary waste management licenses and planning permission to scrap ships there within two to three months.....
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