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Kirkcaldy flour mill reinvigorating the local harbour

9 December 2013 Last updated at 16:28 GMT

Some of Scotland's small harbours are enjoying a resurgence after decades of under-use.

Efforts to get heavy goods off the road and onto cargo ships has meant that harbours are getting busier.

BBC Scotland's business correspondent David Henderson reports from Kirkcaldy, where a flour mill has given the port a new role.

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