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One of Sydney's major stevedore operators, P&O Ports, says the planned expansion of Port Botany will put the state's overall ports growth plan in jeopardy and rail infrastructure has not been planned to keep thousands of trucks off suburban roads.
Rival Patrick Corporation supports the reclamation of 60 hectares. However, both companies agree the estimate of 3 million container movements by 2025 is way off. Both say there will be 4 million, if not double that figure. P&O says that will push Port Botany's capacity well beyond 2025, at the expense of a viable expansion at Newcastle.
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