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Zeebrugge

Zeebrugge

The port of Zeebrugge is a young seaport with modern port equipment suitable for the largest ships. The current structure of the port only dates back to 1985. The rise of the roll-on / roll-off techniques. containerisation and the size of the ships convinced the Belgian government in the 70s to t...

Wilhelmshaven

Wilhelmshaven

The port of Wilhelmshaven is Germany's only deep water port with maximum depths of 18m. 1000 hectares of industrial, commercial and logistics space are also available.

Wells

Wells

Wells Harbour has been chosen as the base for survey, crew and work boats supporting construction and future operation of the new Sheringham Shoal offshore windfarm. The town and port are likely to play a similar part in the development and operation of other new windfarms being planned for the sout...

Tyne

Tyne

The Port of Tyne in North East England, named UK Port of the Year 2014 in the National Transport Awards, is one of the UK's major deep sea ports - a vital trading gateway to Europe and beyond. Investment of over £120m in the past 10 years has created the infrastructure to deliver continued growth...

Tilbury

Tilbury

The Port of Tilbury is London's major port, providing fast, modern distribution services for the benefit of the south east of England and beyond. A dynamic and diverse port handling the full range of cargoes with specialist expertise in the handling of paper and forest products, containers & Ro Ro, ...

Thyboron

Thyboron

A busy and lively port in West Jutland - actually one of Denmark's largest fishing ports, and a significant cargo port on the west coast of Jutland.

Teesport

Teesport

Teesport is located less than a mile from the mouth of the River Tees. It’s a deep-water facility with a natural marine opening, providing lock-free access to the North Sea. Fewer areas of the UK are better served by road and rail services. Teesport has direct access to the A66 Trans-pennine Eas...

Sutton Bridge

Sutton Bridge

The port offers good marine access to localised developments linked to improved road access through to the major road networks.

Sunderland

Sunderland

As the UK’s second largest municipally owned port, the Port of Sunderland has a deserved reputation for delivering high quality service and achieving rapid turnaround times in cargo handling.

Sheerness

Sheerness

As part of the Peel Ports Medway estate, its proximity to London makes it the perfect port of call for the capital…and the country.

Seaton

Seaton

ABLE Seaton Port (ASP) is located in the centre of the UK on the North East Coast close to the mouth of the River Tees and covers 51 hectares (126 acres) including a 10 hectare (25 acre) dry dock – one of the world’s largest. It is capable of handling all types of offshore construction vessels, h...

Scheveningen

Scheveningen

Scheveningen harbour lies directly on the North Sea and is centrally located on the Dutch coast, allowing for rapid movement of shipping in and out of the harbour. Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and the ports of the Hook of Holland and Ijmuiden are accessible by cargo vessels in less than an hour.

Rosyth

Rosyth

Centrally located on the north bank of the River Forth, upstream of the Forth Road and Rails bridges, the Port of Rosyth is a key gateway into Fife. The port provides easy access to the M90, the Forth Road Bridge and the main arterial motorways through Scotland.

Peterhead

Peterhead

Peterhead is one of the UK’s most versatile ports, providing exceptional all-weather, congestion-free deepwater berthing facilities at depths of up to 14 metres and serving a broad range of industries including oil and gas, renewables, fishing and leisure.

Odense

Odense

The Port of Odense is a municipal autonomous port. After the acquisition of Lindø Industripark A/S in January 2014 the Port of Odense disposes of 6.4 million square metres of industrial and harbour area distributed between the inner port in Odense (the City Terminal), Odense Port Terminal at Lindø (...