Port of Tilbury has issued a CGI video which shows for the first time the facilities for Tilbury2, their new £200 million port for London which will be ready in 2020.
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, announces today a long-term agreement with leading industrial gas company Nippon Gases Europe to import CO2 to the Thames port.
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.
Eureka Shipping has based its multipurpose floating bulk terminal VESPER at Tilbury under a four year agreement with London Container Terminal and Cemineral.
Tilbury’s Logistics Training Academy has welcomed the arrival of a new training simulator as part of the ‘Attention to Logistics’ training programme.
The Port of Tilbury submitted an application for a development consent order to the Planning Inspectorate to build a terminal next to the current port
The giant Mein Schiff 3 cruise liner, the largest cruise liner that the terminal has welcomed sailed into the London Cruise Terminal in Tilbury on 12 September
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, and URM UK loaded their first train of bulk glass cullet processed from a new recycling facility at the port.
The Port of Tilbury has given away 61 pairs of Orsett Show tickets to creative young people in the local communities who entered a writing competition.
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, begins its formal statutory consultation on Monday 19 June to seek further views from local communities and other stakeholders on its proposals to build a new port terminal and associated facilities near to the current port, known as TILBURY2.
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, announced as headline sponsor for the 2017 Orsett Show, an annual event held in the village of Orsett
The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, has this week been awarded an internationally recognised quality mark – the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) – issued by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
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