The arrival of the cargo vessel the Anna G into Scotland’s container terminal in Grangemouth at the weekend launched a new east coast container feeder shipping service with Unifeeder. This new service is the first direct feeder call from Scotland to London Gateway on the Thames increasing connectivity options for customers shipping to international markets and providing a new offering …
A new name will take to the waters of the Forth and Tay estuaries this week with the official naming of Forth Ports’ brand-new survey vessel – the Forth King.
Investment in Forth Port’s busy container terminals in Grangemouth and London continues with a multimillion-pound order of eleven new Kalmar straddle carriers across the group.
Forth Ports Limited, one of the UK’s largest port groups, has for the first time reached the final of the Logistics Awards 2018 in the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) category.
The Port of Grangemouth is well underway with a multi-million pound investment programme to strengthen its position as Scotland’s premier port.
Grangemouth, Scotland’s largest container facility, is underway with a major resurfacing development as part of its continual multimillion pound investment.
The Port of Grangemouth, Scotland’s largest container facility, has placed an order with Liebherr for a new multimillion pound ship to shore container crane as part of a major investment programme at the port to increase handling capacity and service for customers.
Forth Ports’ David Thomson has been presented with the prestigious Worshipful Company of Carmen’s Environmental Award.
Scotland’s largest port, Grangemouth is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first container vessel to call at the port and the UK. The Sea-land freight service called into the port on the Saturday 7th May 1966…
Forth Ports has confirmed today (28th April) that, through significant investment in its straddle carrier fleet and IT development, the company will offer shippers a solution a solution to determine the VGM (Verified Gross Mass)…
Port of Grangemouth, Scotland’s largest container port, has today opened a new multimillion pound, 50,000 sq.ft. warehouse development for EWOS – CQN Scotland, a leading supplier of fish feed in the UK.