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[ January 25, 2013   //   ]

Forth Ports’ Stuart Wallace has returned north of the border to the new role of divisional director for Scotland. He has been with Forth Ports for over ten years, and has spent the past two years at the company’s London port, where he oversaw the integration of the UK’s third largest container terminal into the Port of Tilbury in London.

Forth Ports owns and operates seven commercial ports on the Firths of Forth and Tay – Leith, Grangemouth, Dundee, Rosyth, Kirkcaldy, Methil and Burntisland – plus Tilbury.

He said:  “I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the Port of Tilbury, but it’s great to be working directly across the Scottish ports again.  For me, it’s not just about the vast volumes that go through the ports day in and day out, but also about the businesses that are located within the ports.  We envisage numerous future positive opportunities to secure the commercial activities at our Scottish ports for the years ahead.”

 

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