Immingham


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Immingham

a port in NE England, in North East Lincolnshire unitary authority, Lincolnshire: docks opened in 1912, principally for the exporting of coal; now handles chiefly bulk materials, esp imported iron ore. Pop.: 11 090 (2001)
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Close to the M180 and as part of the trunk route that runs nightly between Glasgow and Essex, Immingham is also the ideal location to store and service the whole of the UK and surrounding islands.
Immingham golf course originally opened in 1975 before being extended onto adjoining land in 1984 to provide an 18 hole course.
'There are certainly some opportunities available for the Humber ports,' ABP's head of Humber communications Dafydd Williams said during a recent tour of its vast Immingham complex.
And the Mail understand that a leaked version exists which does make it clear Immingham is the place being referred to.
The machine, which was supplied by E H Hassell and Sons, was selected by ABP Immingham due to its simplicity and green credentials.
Dave Bowyer, director of training and education at AIS, said: "Northeast Lincolnshire and the wider Humber sub-region is widely acknowledged as being at the heart of the fast-growing oshore wind industry, so Immingham was our rst choice when deciding where to locate our brand-new multi-million-pound renewable energy training village.
ABP says it is committed, with partners, to invest nearly PS500m leading to 1,000 new jobs for the area - but Immingham "cannot maintain this level of growth without the ability to develop additional deep water cargo handling facilities".
The particular plant will be renamed VPI Immingham.
DFDS Tor Line operates between Gothenburg and Immingham with three roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) vessels, while the Gothenburg-Tilbury service is operated with two ships on a trice weekly schedule.
Conoco Phillips' Immingham combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plant supplies heat and electricity to two adjacent oil refineries and is fuelled by natural gas and waste gas from the refineries.
The main area of concern was East Anglia, although flooding could stretch from Immingham in Humberside to Margate in Kent, she said.
Residents of Immingham, north east Lincolnshire, raised money for a memorial to Lance Corporal Mathew Ford, but were amazed when the local vicar refused to put it up in the church.