Two local students who won the opportunity to start a career in engineering following a competition run by The Port of Tilbury and the Gateway Academy, are now ready to take up apprenticeships at the busy port.
The London International Cruise Terminal, located at The Port of Tilbury, warmly welcomes the arrival of the Disney Magic cruise ship this week as passengers begin their “Disney Magic at Sea” UK staycation sailings.
It’s official – Leith’s new Community Fund has been incorporated as a Scottish charity. The new Fund, which will be governed by Forth Ports and The Leith Trust, aims to support projects that are important to the local community of Leith. Forth Ports has seed funded the Trust with a significant contribution of £200,000 and is now actively inviting other …
Forth Ports has today (6 September) announced plans to fully repair the Category A Listed Victoria Swing Bridge located at the Port of Leith to conserve the bridge for the future and create a useable space for the local community. The private six figure investment will see the bridge, which is the largest counterweighted swing bridge in Scotland, fully repaired, …
Murgitroyd, the global intellectual property company, is maintaining its international expansion strategy with the acquisition of Hanna Moore + Curley (HMC), one of Ireland’s leading European patent and trade mark attorney firms. Dublin-headquartered HMC, which specialises in obtaining intellectual property protection for a wide range of sectors including life sciences, electronic and technology-led companies, also has a presence in China, …
Glasgow-based Macfarlane Group PLC, the UK’s largest supplier of protective packaging, has announced its 2021 Interim Results revealing that it has more than doubled its pre-tax profits to £7.8m on turnover up 26.5% to £133.5m.
As dentists worldwide begin to tackle the backlog of patients whose tooth decay may have worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic*, Edinburgh-based dental technology company, Calcivis, is preparing for a US launch with a restructuring of its board and the successful completion of its latest funding round.
Bywater Properties has transformed the iconic building at 274 Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow city centre which has been renamed McLellan Works for a new and innovative mixed-use development. Following a range of new office lettings in the building during July 2021 McLellan Works has revealed the first retail letting, post completion of works. Healthy food takeaway Sprigg has signed up to a new, long-term lease with street level frontage, beside the main lobby for the building.
Wood Mackenzie, the leading Energy Research & Consultancy, has this morning (Tuesday 17 August 2021) published a research paper recommending that the Firth of Forth become a Net Zero hub for Scotland. Forth Ports owns a number of the ports on the Forth Estuary including at Grangemouth, Leith and Rosyth and has welcomed the Wood Mackenzie paper.
Scottish supply chain continues to support construction of NnG. A 100 ton spare export cable for the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) Offshore Wind Farm has arrived at the Port of Rosyth where it will be stored for a minimum five years on a purpose-built cable carousel.
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.
Following its refurbishment, McLellan Works provides some of Glasgow’s newest and most stylish office spaces and has bucked the market trend during the pandemic achieving three new lettings, extending to approximately 5,000 sq feet of space.