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5 May, 2006 - 11:29 By Staff Reporter

Polish port contract for Sepura

One of the container terminals in the harbour of Gdynia in Poland has chosen a TETRA communication system from DAMM and Sepura to maximise the efficiency of its cargo handling. One of the container terminals in the harbour of Gdynia in Poland has chosen a TETRA communication system from DAMM and Sepura to maximise the efficiency of its cargo handling.

Gdynia recently embarked on a series of investment programmes to convert the terminal into a modern container-handling facility.

The new communications system, which includes Sepura’s hand-held and mobile radios, is an integral part of this modernisation process.

Gdynia, with a capacity of 750,000 TEU (Twenty Feet Equivalent Unit), serves the growing feeder-container market from Poland to major North European ports.

It also acts as a transhipment hub for feeder-container services in the Baltic Sea, from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

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