Plans for expanded cargo facility at mackay port, including expanded cargo handling facilities, and the development of an expanded cargo holding facility, has been made final to the plan under the first phase of the federal investment plan for the port, according to a source
Plans for expanded cargo facility at mackay port, including expanded cargo handling facilities, and the development of an expanded cargo holding facility, has been made final to the plan under the first phase of th양산출장샵e federal investment plan for the port, according to a source.
The government has also agreed to consult with the public over the new passenger loading capacity in the port and on a wide range of areas, the source said.
“It has been decided the government will consult with the community, especially the businesses that are planning to use the port or those in the industry that are involved with cargo storage facilities or storage, along with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ),” he said.
The government had announced that it was interested in investing in the port before the January 2015 state budget.
The new plan would expand the international terminal at the new St. Paul Street port complex to a capacity of about 592,000 gross tons of cargo a year. The number would climb to more than 600,000 gross tons a year during the final phase of expansion, according to the source.
He said the government planned to build t평택출장안마대구 출장 안마he new terminal. It is about 3,000 feet long, 1,200 feet wide and 9 feet high, he said.
The expansion would also improve the capacity of the terminal. A new cargo handling unit is planned, bringing in more steel beams for storage, a large new floor, new floor trusses and more space for the terminals’ new passenger loading and conveyance platforms.
New cargo facilities, where more containers can be handled, are planned, as well as the expansion of the Port Authority’s container terminals.
But the expansion plan is not expected to take full effect until the 2017 legislative session in which it is hoped to be placed into law and approved by Gov. Chris Christie and congressional leaders.
The plan includes plans to convert the existing storage facilities in the existing, aging St. Thomas facility to allow more cargo containers to be loaded into the existing building.
Also, the state will invest $30 million, with $7 million coming through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and $4 million through state coffers. The money is being channeled to address the concerns of the Port Authority of New York and New 영주출장샵Jersey about the port’s long history of flooding and a backlog of dredged dredged steel being placed in its basins that the state believes could be unsafe.
“We are focused on the current state of the Port Authority,” the source said,