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Swansea

Swansea

The Port of Swansea has capacity to handle vessels of up to 30,000 dwt and provides berths and facilities for most types of cargo. The port is less than three miles by dual carriageway to Junction 42 of the M4 and has direct links to the national rail network.

Port Talbot

Port Talbot

Port Talbot is one of only a few harbours in the UK capable of handling cape-size vessels of up to 170,000 dwt. It is located within easy reach of the open sea, has direct mainline rail access and lies adjacent to the M4 motorway. The port comprises of the Tidal Harbour, which handles cape-size bulk...

Newport

Newport

The most easterly of ABP's South Wales Ports, Newport has excellent links to the nearby M4 and direct rail connections. The port occupies a prime location to service the UK's main industrial and commercial regions. ABP has invested significantly in Newport over the past few years, in schemes s...

Milford Haven & Pembroke

Milford Haven & Pembroke

A 24/7 operation, the Port offers a range of marine services as well as owning and operating Pembroke Port and Milford Marina and Fish Docks. Activities such as cargo handling, ferry operations, fish landing and cruise calls as well as a first class marina are spread across these two sites. The ...

Cardiff

Cardiff

Located on the north side of the Severn Estuary, connected to the rail network, and within easy reach of the M4 motorway, the port has expertise in the handling of containers, steel, forest products, and bulk cargoes. The port contributes more than £120 million to the UK economy each year and, toget...

Bristol

Bristol

The Bristol Port Company was formed in 1991 when entrepreneurs Terence Mordaunt and David Ord purchased the port of Bristol from Bristol City Council. Since privatisation the company has invested over £450 million to create a modern, thriving business offering the full range of shipping, distributi...