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November 2015

The removal of underwater obstructions was a critical operation to ensure that the piling works were not delayed on this massive port development at Liverpool.  Using the 60 tonne long reach excavator with an underwater breaker, the machine was able to remove concrete and huge boulders ahead of the quay wall construction.  Liverpool2 is the UK's largest transatlantic deep-sea port and container terminal.

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