Dover's port facing 'challenging times'
The port of Dover is close to capacity, leaving it facing "challenging times", according to its chief executive.
Bob Goldfield said a master plan was being drawn up to ensure Dover was still a vibrant port and business for the next generation.
New figures have revealed freight traffic at the Kent port reached a record high during 2002, up 15% on the year before.
The number of trucks using Dover each year has doubled since 1987.
A ferry every 17 minutes
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