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 Orkney Marine Services 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. Michael Morrison Business Development Manager Orkney is at the forefront of UK In Marine Renewables Industry.
Port of Dover Cargo facilities .One of the top four UK handling locations by tonnage, the Port of Dover is unrivalled in terms of its strategic location and services Port Crane hire, Port facilities Excellent Road and Sea links Port Agency and Stevedoring services For further details on the range of services and facilities available at the Port of Dover Cargo Terminal, please contact Kevin Richardson or visit www.doverport.co.uk Telephone +44 (0)1304 240400
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. Established as a corporate entity in 1997, Dublin Port Company is responsible for the management, control, operation and development of the port. Dublin Port Company provides world-class facilities, services, accommodation and lands in the harbour for ships, goods and passengers. The company currently employs 144 staff.
Falmouth Harbour is reputed to be the third largest natural harbour in the world. Falmouth Harbour Commissioners are a statutory port authority with responsibility for the Inner Harbour at Falmouth. Falmouth Harbour Commissioners (FHC) and The Crown Estate have signed a lease to create FabTest, a new wave energy ‘nursery’ test site in Falmouth Bay on the south coast of Cornwall. FabTest, which is not grid-connected, will enable wave energy generation device developers to conduct sea trials of their devices in moderate seas, close to port facilities. It is a stepping stone to the deployment of arrays of devices at Wave Hub, the world’s largest grid-connected wave energy demonstration facility installed 10 nautical miles off the north coast of Cornwall last year. The site park aims to pull together commercial and academic organisations and marine energy assets to create a vibrant and dynamic centre of marine energy in the region. For further details contact: Mark Sansom on Tel : 01326 312285 or email email@example.com
HDS Securities Ltd offer the following services • Manned Guarding • Key Holding Service • Security Surveys • Escort Duties • Close Protection *• Covert Surveillance* • Loss Prevention Officers • Training • Vetting & Reference Checks• Equine Security – Static and Travelling New Service - Home Holiday Security Service For further details contact Robin o Connell on Tel : 01375 840577 or visit www.hdsmaritime.co.uk
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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 612900 or visit www.newhavenportauthority.co.uk
PD Ports is a specialist ports business offering end to end supply chain solutions PD Ports operates from Humber , Immingham, Ouse Teesport & Trent, backed by a comprehensive logistics network. Providing a diverse range of port services including Project Cargo specialists, General Stevedoring, Ships Agency, Warehousing and Distribution.
Port of Mistley T W Logistics owns and operates the Port of Mistley, offering both ship owners and clients a competitive, alternative for UK imports and exports. Situated on River Stour, 10 miles from Harwich and Felixstowe, Mistley provides the ideal location for short sea and transhipment cargoes, with excellent links to Europe, the Baltic, Scandinavia . The port handles a diverse range of cargoes including bulk products (grain, fertiliser and agri- products, aggregates, industrial minerals, and recyclables), forest products, granite, steel products, metals, and various bagged, palletised and unitised cargoes. Contacts :Jason Ledsham Port Manager Ron Reason Operations Manager For further details visit www.twlogistics/port-of-mistley or e-mail email@example.com
The Port of Tilbury is the largest deep-water port on the River Thames. Tilbury’s position on the Thames provides a major geographical advantage for transport to and out of London and the South-East. The Port is a significant distribution centre, covering over 850 acres and is well positioned to access the M25 orbital motorway and the rest of the UK's national motorway network. In addition, there are direct rail connections within the Port, with access to the whole of the UK. The Port offers: 34 operational berths /over 16 independent working terminals Over 7.5 kilometres of quay / over 500,000 square metres of warehousing space and a development site of approximately 70 acres for additional distribution centre development. Over 7 kms of road within port estate with excellent transport access. The Port is London's major gateway, handling significant levels of diverse cargo including the importation of paper as the UK's leading port, containers, grain, and various bulk handling facilities, all of which are handled at a number of berths both in dock and on river facilities. Conveniently located to site of London Olympics 2012. For further details contact Debbie Bartlett Commercial & Business Development Director The Port of Tilbury London Ltd on telephone 01375 852206 or contact Alison Dart www.forthports.co.uk/ports/tilbury on telephone 01375 852293
Holyhead is one of the UK's busiest ferry ports. There are about 8,000 conventional and fast ferry movements a year with over 400 calls per year of bulk carriers, cruise liners, coasters and large fishing vessels. There are four sites suited to visiting vessels, as well as two sheltered anchorages with launch landing facilities nearby. Pilotage is compulsory for all vessels of a length exceeding 40 metres. For further details contact Capt Brian McCleery on Tel:01407 606700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.