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PD Ports has won two awards at the recent North Lincs Health and Safety Group Annual Awards for the level of safety achieved at the operations based around the Humber Region.
PD Ports’ Teesport has become the first feeder port to be served by the recently opened London Gateway
Helm Fertilizer Great Britain Ltd (Helm) has signed a 10 year agreement with PD Ports to operate a blending and bagging facility for its fertiliser imports at the Port of Howden.
PD Ports has secured a new ten year contract with tea and coffee specialists Taylors of Harrogate – the home of Yorkshire Tea and a part of the Yorkshire family business which includes the iconic Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms.
The Prince of Wales visited the offices of PD Ports in Middlesbrough to mark 50 years of trade through Tees Dock, the hub of operational activity at Teesport; the North East port owned and operated by PD Ports.
The High Tide Foundation has seen the first set of young people celebrating success after graduating from the charity’s Summer Scheme, believed to be the first of its kind on Teesside.
PD Ports has announced a new weekly multi modal logistics service into Teesport by new customer MacAndrews, part of the CMA-CGM Group, further strengthening the port operator’s position as the UK’s best connected feeder port.
Collaboration between PD Ports and Middlesbrough College was the icing on the cake at the port operator’s 50th anniversary celebrations this week. (October 3)
Voluntary sector organisations and charities in the Middlesbrough and Redcar areas of Cleveland are receiving a boost following the secondment of a full time Business Connector from PD Ports into the area.
Two school leavers from Teesside have set sail from Teesport on an eleven day round trip to St Petersburg via Rotterdam, Riga and Helsinki, with local based shipping line, Containerships Ltd Oy.