Felixstowe

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Felixstowe

(ˈfiːlɪkˌstəʊ)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in E England, in Suffolk: ferry connections to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. Pop: 29 349 (2001)
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Techservices has been successful to win a major contract with the Port of Felixtowe, with a short-term credit facility from the Tees Valley Catalyst Fund.
He had a vision for the town's future that was in harmony with the vast majority of residents, including foreseeing the rapid growth of Felixtowe as a container port.
Teesport is a very large site and, with the main southern ports Felixtowe and Southampton congested, there is ample room for further developments in the northern ports.
You'd have got laughed off the beach at Felixtowe where I used to spend my summers if you'd turned up in one.
It calls for northern ports to make better use of their spare capacity in order to lure investment away from southern ports such as Felixtowe and Southampton.
The mother vessel will come once in a week starting with the Felixtowe on January 1, 2005, China Shipping Group President Le Ke Lin said in a meeting with JITC President WS Wiryawan in Shanghai recently.
Tony Blair backed the plans after being told 1,000 tons of illegal fireworks came into Felixtowe, Suffolk, in six weeks.
Elsewhere, a gardener in Felixtowe tackles the new paths and raised beds of his vegetable plot.
After service aboard an armed merchant cruiser patrolling the Denmark Strait, he was appointed to Coastal Forces and took command of the ancient MTB 48 at Felixtowe in March 1941.
Maintenance dredging in Harwich and Felixtowe, disposal to sea and sites in the harbour; associated hydrographic surveys.
They don't have to ship goods to congested ports in the south, such as Felixtowe and Southampton, and then incur great expense by trucking them up North.