Forth Green Freeport is go

Forth Green Freeport is open for business and its three tax sites at Grangemouth, Rosyth and Mid-Forth (Leith and Burntisland) are live as of 12 June following approval from the ... [+]

Bournemouth ready for the rush

Bournemouth Airport and handler Cargo First are gearing up for peak season, with resident operator European Cargo due to bring additional A340-600 freighters on stream shortly to cater for growth ... [+]

Venice Biennale and the fine art of shipping

The Venice Biennale is not only the oldest, but arguably the most revered art exhibition in the world. It is also almost certainly the largest with a record 331 artists ... [+]

Greenock takes delivery of second crane

The port of Greenock has taken delivery of the second of two ship-to-shore crane. They will help accommodate increased demand from cargo owners and support growth in transatlantic trade. Their ... [+]

UK and Australia funding for Freeport East innovator

Freeport East’s Hydrogen Zero Emission Maritime (HyZEM) project is to receive £1.44 million from Innovate UK and a similar sum from Australia's Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and ... [+]

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