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Facilities at Cambeltown harbour include:
New Quay-Capacity to accommodate ships 160m L.O.A, dredged depth of 9m below C.D, linkspan Borth, capacity or 1000T crane loads, pilotage service (vessels 780m),ISPS facility. Across to local stevedoring and bunkering.
Old Quay- Four borthing arord which principally accommodate fishing vodals and this lifeboat. The main Borth (70m long,4.5 below C.D) is also capable of escorting general cargo ships.A new 54 borth batoon was completed in 2015.
For further details contact Allan Finlay on Telephone 01586 552552 or visit ww.argyll-bute.gov.uk
Babcock has been operating as a commercial port at Rosyth since 2006, offering a combination of deep water river and non-tidal basin berths.
Port Babcock Rosyth provides a new innovative customer focussed approach to commercial port activities and also offers a joined up engineering and manufacturing facility combined with load in, load out capability.
At Rosyth, Babcock also delivers a vessel repair, renewal, fabrication and commissioning service from fully serviced docks and berths, capable of accommodating vessels up to 60,000 tonnes. Our highly skilled workforce operates within the high technology sector having a wealth of experience in all aspects of ship repair.
For further details contact Gary Graves on 01383 422 6589 or visit www.babcockinternational.com
Empty container handling up to four times faster with BLOK
BLOK container products deliver a complete solution for all aspects of empty container handling and potential solutions to make future laden handling much more efficient.
BLOK makes the process faster, safer and greener while enabling terminals to make more money with less work and delivers faster turn-around for shipping lines, which can be deployed for ‘slow sailing’ saving fuel and emissions.
BLOK Spreaders are electric spreader adaptors stationed at the port which convert any spreader into a tandem lift spreader able to lift blocks of 2 columns of empty VTLs in one lift.
BLOK Trailers guide, transport and then feed twistlocks into the corner castings. Automatic jigging speeds up spreader operations.
The BLOK Rig automatically strips and feeds SATs into the corner castings and will remove and fit the twistlocks from containers in single, tandem and VTL. The basic manual BLOK Rig can fit four twistlocks semi-automatically under a container, and remove four twistlocks semi-automatically from a container.
The BLOK Cert also makes use of the BLOK Rig and offers a proof test load and certification.
Contact BLOK Container Systems on 0044 1926 611700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Moray Councils Planning and economic development section work to promote the areas potential for accommodating renewable energy achieve the maximum economic benefit.
Buckie Harbour has the potential to operate as an operations and maintenance base for the offshore wind turbines proposed in the moray firth.
For Further Details Contact Emma Gord onTel: +44(0) 1343 563 292+44(0) 1343 563 292 Email : Emma.email@example.com Visit www.moray.gov.uk
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Facilities at Campbeltown Harbour include 4 berthing piers, 2 new quays, recently dredged to 9 metres below chart datum. Craneage up to 1,000t, security, storage, towage and pilotage (compulsory pilotage for vessels 80 meters and above). New 56 transit berthing facility for small boats including power, water and toilet facilities.
For further details contact Stephen Scally on Telephone 01586 552552 or visit ww.argyll-bute.gov.uk
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is the local authority for the Western Isles and has jurisdiction over 34 Harbour areas and 43 pier & slipway facilities.
The Western Isles are fast becoming a popular destination for Cruise Operators on their regular stops as well as larger vessels CnES Ports and Harbours cater for a wide range of commercial fishing vessels, cruise ships and larger commercial vessels.
Deep Sea and Coastal Pilots Ltd is one of the largest deep sea pilotage agency in Europe.
Deep Sea provide ISO 9001:2015 quality assured pilotage services for the English Channel and North Sea waters, as well as bespoke Navigational Auditing Services (compliant with the OCIMF Tanker Management Self-Assessment programme). We provide Sea traffic management services (VTS) to the oil and gas exploration industry as well as other offshore activities.
London Gateway, the UK’s premier deep-sea port and Europe’s largest logistics park opened in 2013 & is a 400-hectare deep water port combined with a logistics park located on the north bank of the River Thames.
The port’s highly efficient road, rail and sea links offer a quicker, cheaper and more environmentally-friendly way to transport goods to their end destination compared with many existing supply chain models
For further details contact DP World on telephone +44 (0) 1375 648380 or visit www.dpworld.com
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.
Dublin Port Company provides world-class facilities, services, accommodation and lands in the harbour for ships, goods and passengers.
For further details contact Charlie Murphy Dublin Port on Tel: +353 1 8876000+353 1 8876000.
Forth Ports was established in 1967 as a Port Authority and through continued investment and acquisitions we have grown to be the 3rd largest port operator in the UK. We employ over 1000 full time employees and handled over 41m tonnes of cargo in 2017. We are freehold land owners of all our ports and when combining the port operations of loading and discharging vessel and land based services we can provide a truly portcentric solution to all cargo types, which benefits the customer, local and UK economies while driving environmental improvements within the supply chain.
We own and operate 8 commercial ports: Port of Tilbury (London), Forth Ports Grangemouth, Forth Ports Dundee, Forth Ports Leith (Edinburgh), Forth Ports Rosyth, Forth Ports Methil, Forth Ports Burntisland and Forth Ports Kirkcaldy. Our 8 ports are located within close proximity to the major economic cities of England and Scotland.
In addition to the commercial ports we also provide an important service as the river authority for the Firth of Forth and the River Tay. Our marine department (FTNS) manages and operates an area of 280 square miles of navigable waters, including two specialised marine terminals for oil and gas exports. The department delivers a consistent high level of service in ships handling, pilotage, navigation, conservancy and towage. FTNS also manages and operates two specialised marine terminals for oil and gas exports.
Great Businesses with Great Brands Choose Great Bear
Great Bear is a leading UK ambient 3PL business providing nationwide contract logistics and supply chain management services to a wide range of companies.
As an ambient logistics business, Great Bear manage in excess of 8 million sq. ft. of warehousing and operate a large modern commercial vehicle fleet, coupled with an extensive added value service offering. The business has the ability to collect from ports, handling all devanning and palletisation of container stock and can also arrange export shipments and the associated paperwork.
Great Bear’s scale and capability as a leading logistics provider allows them to meet the requirements of their customers and those of their customers day in, day out.
Great Bear has built a reputation within the industry by fostering long-term relationships that are based on the core principal of customer service excellence. By collaborating closely with their clients and developing a deep understanding of their requirements, both operationally and strategically; this, along with their passion for development and innovation ensures both Great Bear and its customers remain at the forefront.
Great Bear has substantial and proven start-up and change management expertise, having managed large scale warehouse design and build and network change projects for its customers. The business has proven time and again that in choosing Great Bear, customers get the capabilities and sophistication of a big operator but with the focus and attention of a smaller more boutique service provider.
Great Bear is part of Culina Group. Culina Group is the market-leading UK based food and drink logistics provider across the chilled and ambient temperature ranges, providing warehousing, distribution, contract packing and a series of value added solutions.
Culina Group entered the food and drink logistics arena in 1994, beginning as a modest single site operation with a year one turnover of £7m. However, a responsible growth strategy has seen the company develop an enviable network spanning the UK and Ireland, while it now presents an impressive £650m+ turnover and operates 60+ sites, many of which are near to UK Ports.
Culina Group is proud to work with some of the world’s leading brands and manufacturers, plus a multitude of own-label producers and developing companies. Importantly, Culina Group’s strategic focus is on food and drink logistics within a shared-user environment, which is driven by volume and critical mass. This ultimately delivers an efficient and cost effective solution for clients.
Culina Group is committed to future proofing its business by investing in its people, network, systems, sector and the environment, which will ensure it continues to provide clients with a robust supply chain platform that can be trusted to perform in a challenging and dynamic industry.
Great Bear Distribution Limited
Field Lane, Tattenhall, Chester CH3 9RF
Tel: 01829 772200
Non cargo services are handled by the ports agency department Mann& Son (London) Limited, which is a sister company and also part of the Mann Group.
Current core business:
Stevedoring/Agency/Chartering/Warehousing/Transport and shipping.
Wind Farm Experience:
Support Work/Sub-contracting/Chartering .
Nearest wind farms:
Access & Egress from Land:
Train: Harwich Town Station ,550m
Airports: Stansted 96km Heathrow182km.
Heliport:Southend Airport 96km
Access & Egress from Sea:
No lock and gate restrictions
Pilot Service: Harwich Haven Authority-compulsory for vessels over 50m.
Depth-8.5m @M.I.W.S (chart datum)
Vessel capacity- LOA 175m, beam40m.
The Port of Holyhead is operated by Stena Line Ports Ltd, who are the statutory Harbour Authority.
The Port of Holyhead is located on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It lies in a well-protected position due east of Holyhead Mountain, shielded from the Irish Sea by the historic Breakwater which is 1.5 miles in length. Holyhead is a 24 hour, deep water, lock-free port, centrally located on the Irish Sea coast within easy reach of several major conurbations both in the UK & Ireland .
For further information please contact Kevin Riley 01407 606878 or visit www.holyheadport.com
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 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.
The Peel Ports Group is strategically located to serve the whole of the United Kingdom. Five major gateways from Clydeport to Medway handle a broad spectrum of international trade amounting to more than 65 million tonnes of cargo a year.
At the centre of the country and the heart of the Group are the Port of Liverpool and the Manchester Ship Canal, now one continuous water highway forming a single facility of major strategic significance. A unique series of inland ports and logistics hubs along the Ship Canal make this Green Highway Network a viable and sustainable port-centric network.
Situated just 30 miles from the North Sea, Perth Harbour connects easily to the area's excellent network of motorways, dual carriageways and national rail network, making it ideal for fast and easy transportation of goods to all areas of Scotland and Northern England. Perth Harbour provides a lower cost alternative to larger coastal ports and, by cutting haulage miles, generates both financial and environmental benefits. Open to shipping round the clock, Perth Harbour accepts coastal and dry bulk ships up to 90 metres in length, carrying up to 2,500 tonnes from Europe, the Baltic or Scandinavia. Because of its scale, vessels can be received on one high tide and depart on the next, ensuring maximum efficiency. Cargoes passing through Perth Harbour range from traditional agricultural related cargoes such as animal feedstuffs and fertilisers to timber, chemicals and baryte ore. Masters of vessels should note that the Dundee compulsory pilotage area extends to a western limit delineated by a line extending from, on the north side, the rivulet called the Burnmouth of Invergowrie to; on the south side, the place where the Monastery of Balmerino was situated. This area includes both the Tay road and rail bridges. Located within a thriving business hub, and only a short distance from the city centre, the harbour also benefits from a growing community of commercial neighbours, including some of Perth's most successful and long-established companies. Navigation of the River Tay between Dundee and Perth requires pilotage, which is arranged by Forth and Tay Navigation Service. The Perth Harbour Master will arrange for the services of local qualified pilots to assist vessels in transit between Balmerino and Perth. The contract for the services of a pilot is between the pilot and the vessel's owner and the account will be submitted directly from the pilot to the shipping agent. Masters are strongly advised to make use of this facility although it is not compulsory and is not provided under the terms of the Pilotage Act 1987. For further details visit PerthHarbour.co.uk
Situated just 30 miles from the North Sea, Perth Harbour connects easily to the area's excellent network of motorways, dual carriageways and national rail network, making it ideal for fast and easy transportation of goods to all areas of Scotland and Northern England.
Perth Harbour provides a lower cost alternative to larger coastal ports and, by cutting haulage miles, generates both financial and environmental benefits.
Open to shipping round the clock, Perth Harbour accepts coastal and dry bulk ships up to 90 metres in length, carrying up to 2,500 tonnes from Europe, the Baltic or Scandinavia.
Because of its scale, vessels can be received on one high tide and depart on the next, ensuring maximum efficiency.
Cargoes passing through Perth Harbour range from traditional agricultural related cargoes such as animal feedstuffs and fertilisers to timber, chemicals and baryte ore.
Masters of vessels should note that the Dundee compulsory pilotage area extends to a western limit delineated by a line extending from, on the north side, the rivulet called the Burnmouth of Invergowrie to; on the south side, the place where the Monastery of Balmerino was situated. This area includes both the Tay road and rail bridges.
Located within a thriving business hub, and only a short distance from the city centre, the harbour also benefits from a growing community of commercial neighbours, including some of Perth's most successful and long-established companies.
Navigation of the River Tay between Dundee and Perth requires pilotage, which is arranged by Forth and Tay Navigation Service. The Perth Harbour Master will arrange for the services of local qualified pilots to assist vessels in transit between Balmerino and Perth. The contract for the services of a pilot is between the pilot and the vessel's owner and the account will be submitted directly from the pilot to the shipping agent. Masters are strongly advised to make use of this facility although it is not compulsory and is not provided under the terms of the Pilotage Act 1987.
For further details visit PerthHarbour.co.uk
Poole Harbour is one of the world’s largest natural harbours.
The Poole Harbour Commissioners sole employers of the skilled Stevedores at the Port offer a full range of Freight and Passenger Ferry and Cargo Handling operations.
For details contact :Steve Moors Port Manageron Telephone 01202 440 200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
For further details on the wide range of services and facilities for cargo that the Port of Dover can provide, please contact Nick Dixon or visit www.doverport.co.uk
98.6% of all goods enter Jersey via the port. The Port of Jersey is Jersey’s lifeline port, providing modern commercial services to the island with guaranteed long-term viability.
The Port of Jersey is ready and willing to do business. Continuous improvement to our facilities, equipment and services means that the port can and will meet the long-term needs of port users.
For further details contact Alan Donaldon Telephone: 01534 446020 or email: email@example.com
Scalloway is an important fishing & commercial harbour situated on the West side of the Shetland Isles,
The minimum depth of water in the approach channel between the buoys in the vicinity of Port Arthur is 8.5 metres above chart datum. Scalloway Harbour Services include Ship Repairs, Cranes, Provisions and Water ,Medical Facilities & Bunkers.
Special notice to mariners that Scalloway now has VHF Ch14 oppsed to Ch12.
For Further Details visit www.shetland.gov.uk/ports or contact Ross MacLennan.
Travel with Stena Line to great destinations in Europe
Our passion for delivering great service has helped us to become the biggest ferry company in Europe. We have the largest fleet as well as the widest selection of routes to Ireland, Holland, Scandinavia and beyond!
Taking a vacation with your car is a relaxing, stress free and exciting way to travel. With no baggage charges you can pack it all in and experience the freedom to travel where you want, when you want!
For further details contact Andy Kane on 028 90884004 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.stenaline.co.uk
The Port of Belfast -Stena Line
Stena Line is an international transport and travel service company and one of the world's leading ferry operators. Stena Line was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in the Swedish City of Gothenburg.
During 2017, Stena Line transported approximately 7.4 million passengers, 1.7 million cars and 2.1 million freight units. Stena Line has Europe's most comprehensive route network, consisting of 21 strategically located ferry routes across Northern Europe, operating in Scandinavia, the Baltics, the North Sea and the Irish Sea with a fleet of 35 vessels. Stena Line also owns and operates five ports and has approximately 5,200 employees
As the UK’s most northerly Oil Port Sullom Voe is a major deepwater port capable of handling the world`s largest tankers with Ship to Ship transfer of Crude Oil.
For Further Details Contact Colin Reeves Or Paul Bryant On 01806 244 20001806 244 200 .
The Terberg TT183/223 series terminal tractors are 4 x 2 units designed for applications requiring extensive reversing and where a 180 degrees swivelling seat is therefore essential.
TT tractors combine the spacious cab, Ergoturn Trademark swivelling seat and rear sliding door of the RT series with the agility of the YT series. For sites with slopes and ramps you may want to consider the RT 4 x 4 series.
For further details contact Sales on Telephone +44(0)1422 257 100 or visit www.terbergdts.co.uk