Archives



abp

ABP makes the green grade

Associated British Ports (ABP) has gained ISO 14001 certification for Environmental Management covering all its ports and terminals.    The ISO 14001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS). As part of the process, ABP’s existing systems were assessed against the certification’s formulation and maintenance requirements. To date 17 of ABP’s 21 ports have renewable energy generation projects, providing clean power for itself and its ... [+]

ABP in hunt for graduate talent

Associated British Ports has launched its graduate training scheme for 2021. Applications are now open for five roles in specialisms including port management, human resources, property and finance at locations including ABP’s head office in London and ports on the Humber and Southampton. The scheme will commence in September 2021 ... [+]

ABP seeks fresh blood

Associated British Ports has launched its apprenticeship programme, to celebrate the beginning of National Apprenticeship Week. Applications are now open for a number of roles, such as marine, engineering, pilotage, commercial, credit control, procurement, planning and HR at locations including the Humber, East Anglia, Southampton and South Wales. Head of ABP Academy, ... [+]

ABP to move Minis through Southampton Western Docks

Associated British Ports (ABP) has invested £300,000 in a new car carrying DB Cargo-operated rail service for BMW at Southampton. The investment will allow ABP to move around 600 to 800 new BMW Minis each week by rail. It is the first automotive service to operate in the Western Docks, alomngside ... [+]

Swansea port manager turns Santa

Associated British Ports (ABP) turned its Swansea Harbour office into Santa’s Grotto, providing safe space to store presents for the 2020 ‘Mr X Christmas Appeal’. For more than 60 years, Mr X has collected and distributed thousands of presents for underprivileged children in South Wales, distributed by volunteers across Cardiff, Swansea, ... [+]

Successful Plymouth trails for Brittany’s Galicia

Brittany Ferries’ newest vessel, Galicia called at ABP’s port of Plymouth in mid-October for berthing trails. It follows a similar visit to Portsmouth. Measuring 215 metres, Galicia will be one of Brittany Ferries’ largest vessels, and the trials at Plymouth were conducted in close cooperation with Cattewater Harbour Commission.   Brittany Ferries ... [+]

Solid business for ABP Cardiff

ABP’s Port of Cardiff has signed a new long-term lease with bulk aggregate, sand and decorative materials firm, Stone Supplies for a one-acre open storage yard on the South Side Roath Dock terminal. Stone Supplies is part of the Ty Carreg Group and serves domestic and commercial markets throughout the UK. ... [+]

Garston contract is set in stone

Associated British Ports Garston has signed a long-term contract to import around 60,000t of decorative stone for Long Rake Spar. The Mersey port has already completed two successful cargo discharge operations for the company and will be investing £2.6 million to enhance facilities including installing 16 external concrete storage bays and ... [+]

ABP appoints energy chief

Associated British Ports (ABP) has appointed Nick Barnett to the new role of group head of commercial (energy). He is currently power business development director at SIMEC-GFG Alliance and has extensive experience in the sector. [+]

Stevedoring team lifts spirits in Devon

Associated British Ports’ Teignmouth stevedoring team has nominated the local charity, Volunteering in Health to receive a £500 donation. The South Devon charity supports local people in improving their health and wellbeing. ABP shares a core focus in its own ‘Beyond Zero’ company culture that aims not only to achieve ... [+]

[aas_zone zone_id="13529"]