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Inverness has long been recognised as the capital of the Highlands and, together with the growth of industrial development and tourism, the city has acquired an even greater importance. The existence of a busy, thriving harbour in the city therefore comes as no surprise. As one of Scotland's most sheltered natural deep harbours, the port of Inverness is well placed to handle the ever-growing trade between the United Kingdom and countries in Scandinavia, the European Union and the Baltic’s. The port caters for oil tanker traffic, packaged timber, logs, sterling board, woodchips, paper pulp, coal, processed timber, salt, frozen fish, animal feed, smolts, grains and a host of other diverse cargoes. Large modern transit sheds are provided, as well as large areas of open and covered storage. The port's versatility extends far beyond the above commodities, allowing Inverness Harbour Trust to respond to new trades and opportunities.
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