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Argyll and Bute Council

Email : allan.finlay@argyll-bute.gov.uk
Phone : 01546 604640
Website : www.argyll-bute.gov.uk

Campbeltown Harbour

"Your Natural Gateway to the West"

Facilities at Cambeltown harbour include:

New Quay-Capacity to accommodate ships 160m L.O.A, dredged depth of 9m below C.D, linkspan Borth, capacity or 1000T crane loads, pilotage service (vessels 780m),ISPS facility. Across to local stevedoring and bunkering.

Old Quay- Four borthing arord which principally accommodate fishing vodals and this lifeboat. The main Borth (70m long,4.5 below C.D) is also capable of escorting general cargo ships.

A new 54 borth batoon was completed in 2015.

For further details contact Allan Finlay on Telephone 01586 552552 or visit ww.argyll-bute.gov.uk

Babcock International

Email : gary.graves@babcockinternational.com
Phone : 01383 422 658
Website : www.babcockinternational.com

 

 

Babcock has been operating as a commercial port at Rosyth since 2006, offering a combination of deep water river and non-tidal basin berths.

Port Babcock Rosyth provides a new innovative customer focussed approach to commercial port activities and also offers a joined up engineering and manufacturing facility combined with load in, load out capability.

At Rosyth, Babcock also delivers a vessel repair, renewal, fabrication and commissioning service from fully serviced docks and berths, capable of accommodating vessels up to 60,000 tonnes. Our highly skilled workforce operates within the high technology sector having a wealth of experience in all aspects of ship repair.

Babcock has an excellent safety quality and environmental record, holding ISO 9001, ISO14001 accreditations and British Safety Council 5 Star Awards

 

For further details contact Gary Graves on 01383 422 6589 or visit www.babcockinternational.com

Belfast Harbour Commissioners

Email : info@belfast-harbour.co.uk
Phone : 028 90 554422
Website : www.belfast-harbour.co.uk

 

BUSINESS DESCRIPTION

Containers (lo/lo);
Unit loads (ro/ro);
Vehicles/wheeled cargoes;
Passengers;
Dry bulks;
Grain/feedstuffs;
Refrigerated Products;
Hazardous cargoes;
Forest Products;
Oil/Petroleum;
Other liquid bulk;
General cargo;
Project cargo (heavy lift)

 

For further details contact Capt Kevin Allen  Tel:+44(0)280 90 544 22 email info@belfast-harbour.co.uk or visit www.bv.com

Bristol Port Company

Email : enquiries@bristolport.co.uk
Phone : 0117 982 0000
Website : www.bristolport.co.uk

As one of the country's fastest growing ports Bristol is developing its role as a gateway container port for the UK and a transhipment point for the Atlantic seaboard and Europe. The port has excellent rail and road links, it is close to a large part of the UK's container market, and there is a deep water channel in the Severn Estuary already used by the port. Bristol Port plans to expand its facilities with a new deep sea container terminal (DSCT) in the Bristol Channel. The terminal is designed to service not only todays largest container vessels, but also future generations of ultra large container ships (ULCS) when they enter service. For further details contact The Bristol Port Company on Tel: 0117 982 0000

Buckie Harbour

Email : Emma.gordon@moray.gov.uk
Phone : +44 (0)1343 563 292
Website : www.moray.gov.uk

Moray Councils Planning and economic development section work to promote the areas potential for accommodating renewable energy achieve the maximum economic benefit.

Buckie Harbour has the potential to operate as an operations and maintenance base for the offshore wind turbines proposed in the moray firth.

 For Further Details Contact Emma Gord onTel: +44(0) 1343 563 292+44(0) 1343 563 292 Email : Emma.gordon@moray.gov.ukor Visit www.moray.gov.uk                   

 

Campbeltown Harbour Authority

Email : stephen. scally@argyll-bute.gov.uk
Phone : +44 (0)1586 552552
Website : www.argyll-bute.gov.uk

Campbeltown Harbour

"Your Natural Gateway to the West"

Facilities at Campbeltown Harbour include 4 berthing piers, 2 new quays, recently dredged to 9 metres below chart datum. Craneage up to 1,000t, security, storage, towage and pilotage (compulsory pilotage for vessels 80 meters and above). New 56 transit berthing facility for small boats including power, water and toilet facilities.

For further details contact Stephen Scally on Telephone 01586 552552 or visit ww.argyll-bute.gov.uk

COMHAIRLE NAN EILEAN SIAR

Email : kenneth.m@cne-siar.gov.uk
Phone : +44 (0) 845 6007090, +44 (0) 1870 602425
Website : www.cne-siar.gov.uk/harbourmaster

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is the local authority for the Western Isles and has jurisdiction over 34 Harbour areas and 43 pier & slipway facilities.
The Western Isles are fast becoming a popular destination for Cruise Operators on their regular stops as well as larger vessels CnES Ports and Harbours cater for a wide range of commercial fishing vessels, cruise ships and larger commercial vessels.

DP World London Gateway

Email : Colin.hitchcock@dpworld.com
Phone : +44 1375 648380
Website : http://www.dpworld.com

 

Business Description

London Gateway, the UK’s premier deep-sea port and Europe’s largest logistics park opened in 2013 & is a 400-hectare deep water port combined with a logistics park located on the north bank of the River Thames. 

The development, which is located just 25 miles from London and will be the closest port to the UK’s largest markets, is the UK’s first purpose-built, deep water container port for the 21st century. It will ultimately offer the largest new logistics park in Europe with planning consent in excess of 9.6 million square feet offering a unique logistics platform in the UK as an integrated tri-modal hub combining sea port, rail freight and road infrastructure.
 

London Gateway has created 12,000 direct jobs and over 20,000 indirect jobs. It enables the world’s largest container ships to call at the heart of the UK's economic and population centre.

 The port’s highly efficient road, rail and sea links offer a quicker, cheaper and more environmentally-friendly way to transport goods to their end destination compared with many existing supply chain models

 

For further details contact DP World on telephone +44 (0) 1375 648380         or visit www.dpworld.com

Dublin Port Company Ltd

Email : info@dublinport.ie /cmurphy@dublinport.ie
Phone : +353 1 8876000
Website : www.dublinport.ie

 

BUSINESS DESCRIPTION

Dublin Port Company is a self-financing, private limited company wholly-owned by the State, whose business is to manage Dublin Port, Ireland’s premier port.

Dublin Port Company provides world-class facilities, services, accommodation and lands in the harbour for ships, goods and passengers.

For further details contact Charlie Murphy Dublin Port

 on Tel:  +353 1 8876000+353 1 8876000

Forth Ports Ltd

Email : Nik.scott-gray@forthports.co.uk
Phone : 01324 668400
Website : www.forthports.co.uk

Forth Ports is a dynamic UK-based multimodal ports owner and operator. Our ports are strategically positioned and serve as logistical gateways across the UK. We offer businesses a wide range of diverse, port-related services, and help connect the UK with Europe and the rest of the world.

 

Forth Ports owns and operates eight commercial ports on the Firth of Forth, the Firth of Tay and the Thames: Tilbury (London), Grangemouth, Dundee, Leith (Edinburgh), Rosyth, Methil, Burntisland, Kirkcaldy.

We offer high levels of handling and logistic-related services to customers who are looking for solutions to move goods cost effectively and efficiently, and provide warehousing and storage facilities.

Within and around the Firths of Forth and Tay, Forth Ports manages and operates an area of 280 square miles of navigable waters, including two specialised marine terminals for oil and gas export. We deliver high levels of professionalism in ship handling, pilotage, navigation, conservancy and towage.

The Port of Tilbury is home to the London Container Terminal, the only terminal servicing both short-sea and deep-sea customers; and the London Distribution Park, a 70 acre development just outside the gates of the port, a project being carried out in conjunction with strategic developers, Roxhill.

Forth Ports offers key berthing facilities to cruise operators at our London and Edinburgh ports - www.cruiseedinburgh.com andwww.londoncruiseterminal.com.

We also own Nordic Group ('Nordic'), a group comprising a port terminal operation, a materials recycling business and a data management and storage business, at Chatham Dockyard, Kent, and with an additional site at Tilbury.

Fowey Harbour Commisioners

Email : fhc@foweyharbour.co.uk
Phone : 01726 832 471
Website : www.foweyharbour.co.uk

Fowey is a deep water port accessible in all weather and all states of the tide. The harbour entrance lies between St Catherine's Castle on the West side and the Polruan Headland on the East side. Fowey have recenty accuired a new 35 ton Tractor Tug. Fowey Harbour Commissioners own and operate a small ship repair yard & slipway at Brazen Island. The yard can accept vessels upto 150ft in length, 27ft in breadth and 11ft 6ins draft with displacements of 500 tonnes For further details contact Tim Jones on Tel: 01726 832471 or visit www.foweyharbour.co.uk.............................

Holyhead Port -Stena Line Ports Ltd

Email : Kevin.riley@stenaline.com
Phone : 01407 606878
Website : http://www.holyheadport.com

The Port of Holyhead is operated by Stena Line Ports Ltd, who are the statutory Harbour Authority.

The Port of Holyhead is located on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It lies in a well-protected position due east of Holyhead Mountain, shielded from the Irish Sea by the historic Breakwater which is 1.5 miles in length. Holyhead is a 24 hour, deep water, lock-free port, centrally located on the Irish Sea coast within easy reach of several major conurbations both in the UK & Ireland .

For further information please contact Kevin Riley 01407 606878 or visit http://www.holyheadport.com

Inverness Harbour Trust

Email : hm@invernessharbour.co.uk
Phone : 01463 715715
Website : www.invernessharbour.co.uk

Mersey Docks and Harbour Co

Email : enquiries@shipcanal.co.uk
Phone : 00151 949 6000
Website : www.shipcanal.co.uk

Newhaven Port & Properties Ltd

Email : francoisjean@newhavenportauthority.co.uk
Phone : 01273 612900. Administration Office: 01273 616075 Port Operations Supervisors 01273 612926 ( 24 hours)Port Control:
Website : www.newhavenportauthority.co.uk

The Port of Newhaven, the Sussex Gateway, Statutory Harbour Authority, Newhaven Port & Properties Limited is a major industrial port providing cross channel connections to the continent for both private passengers and commercial vehicles. Newhaven Port situated at the mouth of the River situated on the mouth of the river Ouse has excellent transport links; quick turnaround times and is increasingly involved with the Wind energy, renewables and wind farm sectors. For further details contact Francois Jean on Telephone 01273 61290001273 612900 or visit www.newhavenportauthority.co.uk

ORKNEY ISLANDS COUNCIL

Email : harbours@orkney.gov.uk
Phone : +44 (0) 1856 873 636
Website : www.orkneyharbours.com

Orkney Marine Services which incorporates the Harbour Authority, Orkney Towage and Orkney Ferries. Orkney Islands Council Division of Marine Services as the Competent Harbour Authority (CHA) is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the 29 Piers and Harbours located throughout the Orkney Island and Support Vessels Crew Ships ,Port Infrastructure and Land based support.

Peel Ports Group

Email : donna.sheridan@peelports.co.uk
Phone : 0151 949 6000
Website : www.peelports.co.uk

The Peel Ports Group is strategically located to serve the whole of the United Kingdom. Five major gateways from Clydeport to Medway handle a broad spectrum of international trade amounting to more than 65 million tonnes of cargo a year.

At the centre of the country and the heart of the Group are the Port of Liverpool and the Manchester Ship Canal, now one continuous water highway forming a single facility of major strategic significance. A unique series of inland ports and logistics hubs along the Ship Canal make this Green Highway Network a viable and sustainable port-centric network.

Clydeport serves Scotland's industrial heartland. Heysham in Lancashire provides a significant springboard for trade between Britain and Ireland.

Medway Ports sit on the doorstep of the nation's capital in the prime South East Region of England. The Group also includes the operation of container terminals in Belfast and Dublin.

http://www.peelports.co.uk/

 

For further details contact Donna Sheridan on Tel : 0151 949 6000151 949 600 visit www.shipcanal.co.uk

Peterhead Bay Authority

Email : jewallace@peterheadport.co.uk
Phone : 01779 483600
Website : www.peterheadport.co.uk

Port of Douglas Isle of Man Harbours

Email : mark.kenyon@gov.im
Phone : + 44 (0) 1624 686923
Website : http://www.worldportsource.com/ports/GBR_Douglas_Harbor_3818.php

The main port of the Isle of Man with the most extensive facilities for both commercial and private vessels. Douglas is the only Manx port with dedicated passenger handling facilities and roll-on roll-off vehicle services. The port provides specialist berths for oil and gas tankers as well as general cargo vessels, fishing vessels and occasional survey, customs and naval vessels.

Substantial ongoing investment is continuing to further enhance the harbours facilities.

A private towage service is available and a commercial inshore passenger ferry operates various services throughout the summer season to other ports.

For further details of services & general enquiries visit www.gov.im/transport/harbours/ or contact Mark Kenyon or laurie Royston on Telephone: 01624 686923 or visit http://www.worldportsource.com/ports/GBR_Douglas_Harbor_3818.php

Port of Dover

Email : Nick.Dixon@doverport.co.uk
Phone : +44(0) 1304 240400
Website : www.doverport.co.uk

Port of Dover Cargo facilities. Strategically located for Europe with minimal ship deviation . Fast, dedicated multi-purpose cargo facilities with professional stevedore and inland transport service support. New berths under construction with first phase opening end 2017.

For further details on the wide range of services and facilities for cargo that the Port of Dover can provide, please contact Nick Dixon or visit www.doverport.co.uk

Port of Jersey

Email : a.donald@gov.je
Phone : 01534 446020
Website : www.portofjersey.je

 98.6% of all goods enter Jersey via the port. The Port of Jersey is Jersey’s lifeline port, providing modern commercial services to the island with guaranteed long-term viability.

 

The Port of Jersey is ready and willing to do business. Continuous improvement to our facilities, equipment and services means that the port can and will meet the long-term needs of port users.

For further details contact Alan Donaldon Telephone: 01534 446020 or email: a.donald@gov.je

 

Port of London

Email : info@pla.co.uk
Phone : 01474 562200
Website : www.pla.co.uk

Port Of Sunderland

Email : info@portofsunderland.gov.uk
Phone : +44 (0) 1915 532100
Website : www.portofsunderland.org.uk

 As the UK’s second largest municipally owned port, the Port of Sunderland has a deserved reputation for delivering high quality service and achieving rapid turnaround times in cargo handling.

Port of Tilbury London Ltd

Email : debbie.bartlett@potll.com
Phone : +44 (0)1375 852206
Website : www.forthports.co.uk

Forth Ports Limited ("Forth Ports") provides high levels of handling and logistic-related services to customers who are looking for solutions to move goods cost effectively and efficiently. It operates seven ports - Dundee on the River Tay, Tilbury on the River Thames and five ports on the Firth of Forth - Leith, Grangemouth, Methil, Burntisland and Rosyth.

Within and around the Firths of Forth and Tay, Forth Ports manages and operates an area of 280 square miles of navigable waters, including two specialised marine terminals for oil and gas export. We deliver high levels of professionalism in ship handling, pilotage, navigation and towage. 

The property division is involved in the long-term development and regeneration of waterfront sites within its ownership to promote a series of integrated communities. 

The port activities make Forth Ports the largest port grouping in Scotland.

Ports Of Jersey

Email : cj.roberts@gov.je
Phone : 01534 446008
Website : www.jerseyharbours@gov.je

Scalloway Harbour

Email : paul.bryant@shetland.gov.uk
Phone : 01806 244201
Website : www.shetland.gov.uk/ports

Scalloway is an important fishing & commercial harbour situated on the West side of the Shetland Isles,

Major new dredging work has increased Approach Channel Depths depts to 8.5 metres to accommodate larger vessels.

The minimum depth of water in the approach channel between the buoys in the vicinity of Port Arthur is 8.5 metres above chart datum. Scalloway Harbour  Services include Ship Repairs, Cranes, Provisions and Water ,Medical Facilities & Bunkers.

For Further Details visit  www.shetland.gov.uk/ports  or contact Paul Bryant . 

Shoreham Port

Email : amotterham@shoreham-port.co.uk
Phone : +44 (0) 1273 598100 & 598110
Website : www.shoreham-port.co.uk

A thriving commercial Port on the South Coast of England our mission is to provide first class service to our customers and to continue to develop our infrastructure and facilities to meet their requirements, in a commercially economic and efficient way. Our helpful and friendly staff offer a full stevedoring service with a state of the art Track-A-Pack control system, enabling our customers to handle their cargoes quickly and efficiently. We provide a full range of marine services including hydrography and levelling, dry docking and crew changes as well as catering fo leisure and fishing users. In addition, the port has an extensive commercial property portfolio to let. Our vision is to become the preferred South Coast Port for short sea traffic, marine related projects and a landlord for specialist sites, whilst being at the heart of the community. For Further details contact Alan Motterham on Telephone 01273 598110 or visit www.shoreham-port.co.uk

Sullom Voe

Email : port.reception@shetland.gov.uk
Phone : +44 (0)1806 244 200
Website : www.shetland.gov.uk/ports

 As the UK’s most northerly Oil Port Sullom Voe is a major deepwater port capable of handling the world`s largest tankers with Ship to Ship transfer of Crude Oil.

For Further Details Contact Colin Reeves Or Paul Bryant  On 01806 244 20001806 244 200 .

Terberg DTS (UK) Ltd

Email : marketing@terbergdts.co.uk
Phone : +44 1422 257 100
Website : http://www.terbergdts.co.uk

The Terberg TT183/223 series terminal tractors are 4 x 2 units designed for applications requiring extensive reversing and where a 180 degrees swivelling seat is therefore essential.

TT tractors combine the spacious cab, Ergoturn Trademark swivelling seat and rear sliding door of the RT series with the agility of the YT series. For sites with slopes and ramps you may want to consider the RT 4 x 4 series.

For further details contact Sales on Telephone +44(0)1422 257 100 or visit www.terbergdts.co.uk

The Port of Sunderland

Email : info@portofsunderland.org.uk
Phone : +44 (0) 1915 532100
Website : www.portofsunderland.org.uk

 As the UK’s second largest municipally owned port, the Port of Sunderland has a deserved reputation for delivering high quality service and achieving rapid turnaround times in cargo handling.

 

The Port of Sunderland now specializes in imports of forest products, non-ferrous metals, steel, aggregates together with exports of agricultural limestone, chemicals and maritime cranes. 

 

For further details visit www.portofsunderland.org.uk.

Add Energy Asset and Integrity Management

Email : natalie.macrae@addenergy.no
Phone : 01224 645999
Website : http://www.addenergy.no

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