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Renewable energy course attendees may see more jobs around Hull

Technicians on renewable energy courses may see an increase in the number of jobs available to them in Hull as the town's plans for expanding its docks are carried out.

Associated British Ports (ABP) opted to extend the marine facility in the hope that an offshore wind turbine manufacturer would be attracted to the area and its plans paid off, as Siemens intends to build a factory there, according to Construction Enquirer.

Once the three-year scheme is completed, engineers who have taken renewable energy courses can expect to find a greater number of employment opportunities as a result of the German engineering firm's presence.

Now the ABP is looking for contractors to take on the expansion work, which has been split into three arrangements.

The organisation was able to celebrate the signing of a ten-year deal with Ahlmark Shipping this week.

Port director for Hull & Goole Matt Jukes commented: "Ahlmark Shipping has been a highly valued customer of ABP in Hull for many, many years and I am absolutely delighted that they have chosen to renew their agreement with us."

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