Oil project a boost to Humberside
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THE announcement last week by the Britisl Transport Docks Board of a £2.7m. deep water oil terminal at Immingham (Lines) ha given a further boost to Humberside. The pro ject, which is awaiting Government approval, i not likely to be affected by the latest econorn: measures in view of the extreme importance o the oil refineries in the area due to come oi stream in 1967.
The new terminal is scheduled to handle mon than 4m. tons of crude oil inward and moo than I m. tons of refined products outward &rim 1968—its first full year of operation—but b: 1972 it is expected to handle 10m. tons inwart and 5m. tons outward.
Streamlined Servicing: Traffic-flow planning dc. signed to provide for quick and efficient attentior is a feature of the commercial-vehicle section of tht rebuilt premises of Spurlings (Chiswick) Ltd., Grew West Road. A receptionist engineer is employed tt receive commercials, and a whole section of the work shop of this Bedford main dealer is devoted to heav3 vehicles.