Across our UK facilities, we're supporting the growing market for onshore and offshore wind energy.
Teesport and Hartlepool have the deep water and land available to support operations within the offshore wind sector. Within the wind energy network, Teesside has a cluster of companies already taking advantage of PD Ports sites to support their offshore business.
The Port of Hartlepool is home to offshore fabrication specialists, Hereema and the leading provider of technology connecting the global offshore energy industry, JDR Cables. Both companies have substantial manufacturing facilities directly on the port estate enabling quick access to market and increased efficiency.
Teesport and the Port of Hartlepool have been used for the installation, operations and maintenance of the Teesside Offshore Wind Farm as well as mobilisations of jack up vessels for MPI Offshore, Fred Olsen Wind, GeoSea and Swire Pacific.
Hartlepool has been used for the build-up and installation of over 500,000 tonnes of concrete coated pipe for the Ormen Lange pipeline and for pipe-spooling projects involving the pre-assembly of 900m long pipe stalks.
With over 80 acres of development and project land at Hartlepool coupled with a new heavy-duty 14.5m deep quay at Teesport, PD Ports is well equipped to undertake major renewable energy projects.
For more information about our Bulk and Project Cargo capability please download our brochure.