Ideally positioned on the River Tees in the North East of England, Port of Middlesbrough provides full freight logistics across a number of sectors. The 40 hectare site boasts deep-water berths, four market specific rail terminals including a container terminal and climate-controlled metals hub, all supported by its road transport fleet. Whether you’re looking for import, export, local hub distribution or on-port accommodation, The Port of Middlesbrough can provide the connectivity and added efficiencies you’re after in your logistics operations.Menu
Port of Middlesbrough provides specialist freight logistics across a number of sectors including, energy and renewables, construction, agriculture, automotive and waste. As the only port in the region with high and heavy lift access, the 40 Hectare facility also boasts deep-water berths, four market specific rail terminals, all supported by its road transport fleet. The Port of Middlesbrough is your ideal partner for the long term.Menu
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AV Dawson is located in Middlesbrough in the North East of England. Our downloadable site map gives detailed directions and a full list of office locations to make sure you get to where you need to be.
AV Dawson’s Port of Middlesbrough is ideally
positioned on the River Tees, in north-east England
and provides a multimodal freight logistics service
across a number of sectors including energy and
renewables, construction, waste, agriculture and