From the Far East to Scotland’s east coast

The Port of Dundee has unloaded 12,000 packs of plywood from the 177-metre long Ha Long Bay from China - one of the largest cargo vessels to be handled at the port. The cargo was discharged in 15 days. The material is destined for UK construction projects around the country. David Webster, director of Energy for Dundee’s owners Forth Ports, said: “We are used to seeing large rigs in The Port ... [+]

Dundee work underway

A new £40 million wharf and land upgrade scheme in Port of Dundee. Construction and civil engineering company Graham is now building the wharf and preparing over 15 hectares of land for the green energy sector. Once completed the quayside, combined with the capital dredging program under way in the River ... [+]

Wind farm scheme is icing on the cake for Dundee

EDF Renewables has announced that the Port of Dundee will be the marine hub for the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm project, which recently got the go-ahead after finances were confirmed. Irish energy company ESB is taking a 50% stake in the project. Construction of components is now underway ... [+]

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