The Port of Dundee has today (Wednesday, 28 July) welcomed its first domestic cruise call – the Marella Explorer 2 – in over 18 months following confirmation that domestic cruising to Scottish ports can safely restart and Scotland is now open for cruise business.
Forth Ports, Scotland’s largest ports operator and owner of seven Scottish ports on the east coast, has today intimated to the Scottish Government that it will submit a proposal for a Green Port encompassing key ports, industrial complexes and logistics centres along the north and south shores of the Firth of Forth and at Edinburgh Airport.
The Western Harbour housing development at the Port of Leith in Edinburgh is “going green” with a new proposal to significantly reduce the consented number of car parking spaces on-site alongside other incentives to reduce carbon emissions and plans to create an environmental education centre.
The Port of Tilbury, London’s fastest growing port welcomed hundreds of people from the local area to their recruitment day on Tuesday 29th June 2021 at the London Cruise Terminal.
On the 22 June each year, the Tilbury on the Thames Trust in partnership with Port of Tilbury hold a celebration in the London Cruise Terminal to mark National Windrush Day where 73 years ago, the port played a significant role for the Windrush generation as their arrival point into the UK from their long voyage on board the SS Empire …
£40million private investment will underpin Scotland’s economic recovery and energy transition plans Forth Ports today (25th May, 2021) unveils ambitious proposals for the creation of Scotland’s largest and best located renewable energy hub on a 175 acre site at the Port of Leith – supporting Scotland’s economic recovery and energy transition plans and the achievement of Scotland’s net zero carbon …
Forth Ports, the UK’s third largest ports group, has appointed a new Group HR Manager and Group Financial Controller at an important time for the business which continues to invest significantly in its infrastructure, people and skills across its UK operations.
Onlookers on both the north and south banks of the Forth Estuary were treated to a spectacular sight at the weekend as one of the most remarkable marine operations ever undertaken on the river unfolded before their eyes.
Thames Freeport today announced that it was open to do business with new customers, hours after the Government announced that it would be one of eight new freeports in England. Thames Freeport is a digitally linked economic zone connecting Ford’s world-class Dagenham engine plant, the global ports at London Gateway and Tilbury, and many communities in urgent need of ‘levelling-up’. …
As part of the annual National Apprenticeship Week (8-12 Feb) The Port of Tilbury, London’s fastest growing port, announces the appointment of a further 10 young apprentices in full time roles across the port following the completion of a successful two-year programme.
The bid consortium promoting the Thames Freeport has lodged their comprehensive bid with the Government for a digitally-linked economic zone connecting Ford’s world-class Dagenham engine plant, the global ports at London Gateway and Tilbury, large development employment areas and many river communities in need of regeneration. Alongside the bid document, the team has unveiled a film outlining the vision for …
Construction work has started on an innovative scheme to improve Tilbury’s flood defences with the installation of new dual function flood lock gates. In a project of national importance, the existing port lock gates will be replaced with pioneering dual function lock gates, and the Environment Agency’s tidal barrier will be removed.
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