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PD Ports has recently agreed a three-year deal with Glencore Agriculture UK, one of the world’s major crushers of soya bean and oilseed rape, to use Teesport as its northern distribution hub.
PD Ports has won the People Development Award in the International Bulk Journal (IBJ) Awards for its work with the Logistics Academy in a bid to tackle the shortage of young people entering the sector.
Two years ago, Teesport Intermodal Rail Terminal welcomed the arrival of its first train signifying the start of enhanced connectivity for the North-East port.
PD Ports’ Chief Executive, David Robinson is crowned Teesside’s Business Executive of the Year 2016.
P&O Ferries' services between Zeebrugge and Teesport have reported a 16 per cent uplift in freight units in the third quarter of the year compared with 2015, with the company noting that the north-eastern port's transport connections with major cities on the west coast of...
PD Ports is backing a national champion boxer who is fighting for a place to compete at a future Olympic Games by sponsoring her for five years.
PD Ports has been recognised for its tireless work bringing together industry and education to raise the aspirations of young people on Teesside by winning the Corporate Social Responsibility trophy at the SHD Logistics Awards.
PD Ports has introduced the logistics industry to pupils as a possible career path as part of National Lorry Week to help meet a shortfall of skilled drivers in the sector.
The North of England’s four main ports will today agree a new partnership to create jobs, boost exports and prosperity across the whole of the North of England.
PD Ports has christened the latest vessel in its fleet, High Tide Adventure, with Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council leader, Sue Jeffrey, proud to take on the role of its ‘godmother’.