Posts Tagged ‘Clare Guinness’

Warrenpoint Port records highest tonnage in its history

WARRENPOINT PORT RECORDS HIGHEST TONNAGE IN ITS HISTORY

Warrenpoint Port handled 3.6 million tonnes of cargo in 2018, the highest annual level recorded in the harbour’s history. The total value of goods moving through the port also reached record levels, surpassing £6.5 billion for the first time. The trading figures confirmed Warrenpoint’s position as the second largest port in Northern Ireland as it…

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Seatruck boosts capacity on Warrenpoint route

A €100 million investment by Seatruck Ferries, the Irish Sea freight specialist, will increase capacity on Warrenpoint to Heysham route by 30%.

Seatruck Ferries, the Irish Sea freight specialist, is to boost capacity on Warrenpoint to Heysham route by 30%.   Seatruck will deploy two larger freight ferries on the route later this summer, in direct response to growing demand for unaccompanied trailer space and enabling the firm to carry 30,000 additional trailers annually on the key…

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Warrenpoint Port to make £3 million capital investment

Clare Guinness, CEO, Warrenpoint Port

 Warrenpoint Port is to invest £3 million in the purchase of a new crane and the refurbishment of two further cranes at the harbour. The investment, which will significantly improve efficiency and increase capacity, forms part of a major drive to facilitate continued growth in trade at Northern Ireland’s second largest port. Clare Guinness, CEO,…

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Warrenpoint Port thanks community for sharing views on masterplan

The Chief Executive of Warrenpoint Port has thanked members of the public for sharing their views on the harbour’s recently launched Masterplan.

The Chief Executive of Warrenpoint Port has thanked members of the public for sharing their views on the harbour’s recently launched Masterplan. A consultation was held into the draft document, which outlines a vision for the sustainable development of the Port over the next 25 years, ensuring it remains a key economic driver for the…

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Sixty volunteers from Warrenpoint Port join beach clean-up

Items including plastic and glass bottles, fast food cartons, tyres and even a discarded vacuum cleaner were among the rubbish collected by volunteers from Warrenpoint Port during a clean-up of the town’s beaches on Saturday.

Items including plastic and glass bottles, fast food cartons, tyres and even a discarded vacuum cleaner were among the rubbish collected by volunteers from Warrenpoint Port during a clean-up of the town’s beaches on Saturday. Sixty volunteers including staff, customers and their family and friends, collected more than 25 bags of rubbish from beaches between…

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