We’re ready and waiting, says port of Liverpool

Peel Ports says its Liverpool2 deep-water container terminal is ready to help clear the growing backlog of imported goods into the country caused by IT problems in Felixstowe. With retailers now importing stocks for Christmas rush and Black Friday on 23 November ,  Felixstowe, the country’s largest container port has suffered serious backlogs in cargo loading and unloading since June, after an unsuccessful roll-out of a new IT system. The situation ... [+]

Going with the grain

Peel Ports London Medway has completed a £5.4m investment programme into its grain facilities at the Port of Sheerness. It includes the refurbishment of warehousing to TASCC standards and installation of a elevator/conveyor, together with new Liebherr LHM 280 craneage. [+]

Time to rethink Dover dependency, says Peel Ports

Peel Ports commercial director Stephen Carr is calling on the freight industry to look at the Irish Sea model of unaccompanied freight and to use ports across the country to mitigate the worst Dover delays post-Brexit. He said: “We all know about the acute delays and problems that already exist at ... [+]

Peel Ports is hiring in Liverpool

Peel Ports has hired 25 full time staff to work at its Port of Liverpool. Ten started work in May, with more due to follow in June and July. They will work at both the port’s new Liverpool2 container terminal as well as at Royal Seaforth Container Terminal, training initially as port ... [+]

First tenant for Port Salford

The Peel Group has named food and drink logistics specialist Culina Group as the first major tenant at the new National Import Centre being developed by Peel Land and Property as part of its multi-million pound Port Salford development west of Manchester. Culina Group will take occupation of the first ... [+]

Time for a cuppa -or the odd million – at Multimodal

Typhoo's Razi Khan will give a demonstration on how to make your own ice tea on Peel Ports' stand at Multimodal, on Tuesday 2-4pm, commemorating the importance of the nation's most popular beverage to the port of Liverpool. Volumes of tea handled by Liverpool have grown exponentially since Typhoo decided ship ... [+]

Liverpool move for Transatlantic line

ICL Agencies UK Limited, the UK arm of transatlantic operator Independent Container Line, has moved from its existing office at Waterloo to a central Liverpool location at Peel-owned Princes Dock, Liverpool Waters. The Liverpool Waters is a regneration scheme for a 60 hectare historic dockland estate to create a waterfront ... [+]

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