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New roles for Forth Ports trio

[ January 27, 2022   //   ]

Forth Ports has announced three new leadership roles as part of a to reflect the increasing importance of the offshore renewables sector and the general supply chain.

David Webster has been appointed as director of energy, responsible for integrating Forth Ports’ energy team in Scotland and building on its strong market position in the energy sector, and in particular, offshore renewables. He will retain his existing responsibilities as senior port manager responsible for the ports of Dundee and Leith, where Forth Ports is currently constructing a £40m offshore renewables hub.

Ross McKissock has been appointed as director of unitised, responsible for integrating the commercial team on unitised container and trailer cargo across the group and growing volume. He will retain his responsibilities for running London Container Terminal.

Derek Knox has been appointed as head of operations Scottish ports with strategic and operational responsibility for delivering quality performance and maximum efficiency across Forth Ports’ Scottish Ports. He will retain his specific responsibilities as senior port manager at Grangemouth, Scotland’s largest container port, and Forth Ports’ Fife ports, including Rosyth.