Why choose Teesport

Gateway to the north of the UK, Teesport is one of the UK’s fastest-growing ports with an ambitious vision for the future, set to drive further economic growth and create new jobs across the Tees Valley and the wider North.

Owned by one of the country’s largest port groups, PD Ports, Teesport has seen over £1b of direct and third-party investment in the last decade as part of a targeted growth strategy; earning an unrivalled reputation as one of the most in-demand ports for importers and exporters on the UK’s east coast.

Below is a list of exciting developments already taking place on the site. Why don’t you do join them?

Tees Renewable Energy Plant

Anticipated to create 100 direct jobs when operational, Tees REP, a £650m investment from MGT Teesside, is a 299MW biomass-powered, combined heat and power (CHP) plant.

Anglo American – Woodsmith Mine

Anglo American’s £3.2 billion investment in the Woodsmith Project involves mining the mineral polyhalite from two 1.6km deep mine shafts at Woodsmith mine near Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. The polyhalite ore is then transported along a 37km tunnel to a processing facility at Wilton International, and the finished product, a low carbon environmentally friendly ‘POLY4’ fertiliser, is then exported via Teesport.

For more information, please visit www.teesport.co.uk

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