Shoreham scoops sustainability award – updated

Shoreham Port was named the most sustainable firm at the 2023 Adur and Worthing Business Awards. Judges of the awards, which honour organisations that demonstrate exceptional growth, innovation, and outstanding contributions to their community, said that the port continued to make significant strides in its environmental performance, implementing an ambitious carbon reduction strategy, with the adoption of HVO fuel and resulting in an 80-90% CO2 emissions. The port meanwhile has appointed ... [+]

Shoreham to build hydrogen hub

Shoreham Port and partner H2evolution have started work on a hydrogen hub. A planning application will shortly be developed to establish a 20- megawatt electrolysis plant to the south of the Port’s lock gates to produce the green fuel, which should start to become available from 2024. Demand for hydrogen ... [+]

Shoreham invests in trucks for the timber trade

Shoreham Port has invested £2 million in a fleet of 35 new Yale forklift trucks for its timber logistics operation that is estimated to handle up to 20% of all UK imports. Last year the south cost port handled over 450,000m3 of timber and stored in either the 47,000m2 of ... [+]

Shoreham has a solution

Shoreham Port has launched Shoreham Port Solutions, a new subsidiary company to provide resources, training and expertise across its estate. The new company will  support the Port Skills & Safety Sector Plan in order to raise safety standards.  It is looking to grow its workforce and is employing flexible workers ... [+]

New man at Shoreham’s helm

Tom Willis has taken over as Shoreham Port chief executive from Rodney Lunn after ten years of service. His successor, who previously worked for Heathrow Airport has already joined the port after starting his handover in November. Under Rodney Lunn’s leadership Shoreham Port has seen a 75% growth in revenue from ... [+]

Barrett strengthens Shoreham steel business

Independent stockholder Barrett Steel has taken a specialised terminal at Shoreham Port after the original leaseholder, John Parker & Son, went into administration on 20 August. Ten years ago, the south coast port invested in a modern terminal with quayside facilities. The first shipment for Barrett is expected to arrive ... [+]

Willis to lead port of Shoreham

Shoreham Port has confirmed Tom Willis as its next chief executive, who will take over from Rodney Lunn in December 2019. Willis spent many years at Heathrow Airport and the Royal Mail. [+]

Shoreham chief steps down

Shoreham Port chief executive Rodney Lunn is to step down at the end of the year. During his tenure, Shoreham Port has seen a 75% growth in revenue from £8 million to £14 million, handling around 1,500 commercial shipping movements and over 2 million tonnes of cargo. The vacancy will ... [+]

Shoreham appoints infrastructure and climate chief

Shoreham Port has appointed what it says is the UK industry’s first director of infrastructure and climate change, Tony Parker. His former post of director of engineering is taken up by Brian Rousell, who has been promoted from deputy director. Meanwhile, the port said that confirm business units in its ... [+]

New boss for British Ports Association

The British Ports Association has elected Shoreham Port chief executive, Rodney Lunn as its new chairman. Milford Haven chief executive, Alec Don becomes deputy chairman. Mr Lunn pledged  to conclude the trust port review and develop revised good governance principles for the sector, as well as working closely with the ... [+]

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