Offshore & Renewables

With direct access to the North Sea, the facility is ideally placed to service the offshore and renewables sectors.

The North East of England is a hotbed of activity in the energy and renewables sector and at the epicenter of this is the Port of Middlesbrough. With direct access to the North Sea and located in a prime position on the River Tees, the facility is ideally placed to serve major offshore wind projects such as Hornsea and Dogger Bank.

Already home to big names including Prysmian Group and Modus, Port of Middlesbrough has vast experience in supporting key energy projects and specialist mobilisation and demobilisation projects.  Calling on years of experience and a highly skilled workforce the port can handle a range of complex and challenging projects and has experience in cable storage and mobilisation between vessels. The site also offers adaptable warehouse and storage facilities and 42-metre-high fabrication halls, ideal for large energy and fabrication projects. We also offer a number of other services including layby, spooling and storage.

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The connected port

As well as providing a safe and secure base for operations, Port of Middlesbrough is one of the best-connected ports in North East England. With easy access to the main northern arterial routes and the only ports in the North East with heavy and wide access, it remains one of the most accessible and convenient facilities. The port also benefits from direct access to the East Coast Mainline with rail lines running to the quayside. Teesside International Airport is only 5 minutes from the port, with Newcastle International and Leeds airports accessible in under and hour.

Why choose Port of Middlesbrough?
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Commercial Headquarters, Port of Middlesbrough, Riverside Park Road, Middlesbrough TS2 1UT

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Ideally positioned on the River Tees in North East England, Port of Middlesbrough provides full freight logistics across a number of sectors including energy and renewables, construction, agriculture, automotive and waste.
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