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Clydepor t Scotland’s Gateway to the World

More than Ports


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Peel Ports More than Ports At Peel Ports Group we’re an ideal example of the whole being more than the sum of the individual parts. We’re not merely a collection of UK and Irish ports with superior infrastructure, facilities and services…we’re a unique, innovative network, a network that connects the UK and Ireland to Europe and the rest of the world. Our strategic port locations and our diverse commodity expertise mean that we not only offer the best UK and Ireland solution for importing and exporting goods, but we also provide the quickest and most efficient routes to market. We are progressive and at the leading edge of transport and handling facilities. The national, international and global companies we work with are more than just customers we service; they’re partners we help grow and succeed.

Mark Whitworth CEO, Peel Ports Group

“The work we do and the services we offer affect and influence practically every aspect of everyday life. Our reach goes around the world.”


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Our core values Personal responsibility

Contents Introduction from the CEO

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Scotland’s Gateway to the World

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More than Terminals

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ADM Case Study

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Peel Ports Clydeport Sites King George V Dock

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Greenock Ocean Terminal

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Marine Services

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Greenock Ocean Terminal & King George V Dock

Scotland’s Gateway to the World Clydeport is part of the vast network of Peel Ports Group, one of the largest port operators in the United Kingdom. Our world-class facilities and excellent locations mean that we’re able to serve a variety of different businesses, improving the journey of goods from Scotland to the rest of the world. Whether you’re looking for the deepest sea entrance in Northern Europe or the busiest cruise terminal in Scotland, Clydeport is home to some of the biggest, deepest, busiest and most advanced facilities in Europe. Clydeport’s main terminals are King George V Dock, Greenock Ocean Terminal and Ardrossan. But it’s not just our locations that set us apart; nor the fact that we’re also the harbour authority of the river Clyde and its estuary, managing a jurisdiction of 450 square miles, it’s also our commitment to invest logistics solutions through rail, water and road. Clydeport has extensive experience in handling key commodities such as containers, forest products, agribulk, project and bulk cargo and are proud of our long-term, excellent customer relationships – our customers are at the heart of what we do!


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“Our first experience with Clydeport was in 1989 which was the same year our paper mill opened. We’ve been working together for as long as we’ve been trading. Fast forward 30 years and they are continuing to help us import raw materials and export our paper reels to countries all over the world” Colin Fletcher | Technical market manager, UPM Caledonian Paper

Glasgow


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Peel Ports Group | Clydeport


MORE THAN TERMINALS

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More than terminals With our strategically located ports and terminals in Scotland, England and Ireland we are able to offer a unique Irish Sea Hub connected by our shipping line, BG Freight Line. This offers a one stop solution for our container and unitised customers and seamlessly links with our daily LoLo connections. Peel Ports can offer multiple port call options for operators bringing vessels to the Irish Sea: Liverpool, Dublin, Greenock and Manchester. Customers can go via Liverpool or European hubs into the Irish Sea, via BG Freight Line’s common user platform or with their own vessels. Reducing the cost of empty containers The Irish Sea Hub addresses the imbalance of empty containers across the UK and Ireland. The North West can accumulate a large volume of empty containers, while the opposite is true of Scotland and Ireland due to their weighted share of exports. By triangulating a service into Liverpool, laden containers can be replaced by empty containers and then directly transhipped to Dublin and Greenock.

Efficient transhipment The opening of the Liverpool2 Container Terminal has brought the benefits of our Irish Sea Hub into sharper focus than ever. With global services able to call directly into the port, Liverpool acts as a feeder hub to Dublin, Greenock and Manchester. Services arrive in Liverpool full of import laden containers and are able to leave full of export laden containers. Operated under one management and one platform, the Irish Sea Hub will simplify and streamline your business across the Irish Sea.


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Peel Ports Group | Case Study

Strategic sites, effective solutions The challenge Global animal feed trader ADM Arkady imports significant amounts of animal feed into the UK through Liverpool and King George V Dock (KGV) in Glasgow. Thanks to its ongoing success, ADM Arkady knew it needed additional storage facilities portside in order to meet customer demand for its imports.

The solution Peel Ports undertook work to build new warehousing facilities in both the Port of Liverpool and King George V Dock (KGV) in Glasgow, which includes significant investment in extensive agribulks storage and handling facilities at both sites. The port operator has supplied 700,000 sq.ft. of TASCC and ATEX compliant warehousing facilities across the group which has recently been supplemented with an additional 105,000 sq.ft in Scotland due to the success of ADM Arkady in the region, as well as extended port operating hours to create supply chain efficiencies for the customer. The recent arrival of 21,000 metric tonnes of animal feed to Glasgow marked a significant milestone in the partnership.

“Working with Peel Ports, we have been able to enter both the Scottish and northern English market, helping transform ADM’s global supply chain to the benefit of the UK’s agriculture industry. The new ATEX and TASSC accredited facility operated by Peel Ports represents best-in-class and will help us maintain our exceptionally high standards.” Graham Atkinson, Managing Director, ADM Arkady


CASE STUDY

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Peel Ports Group | Clydeport

King George V Dock

The city-centric gateway to Scotland Resting on the banks of the Clyde just ten minutes away from the bustling city centre of Glasgow, King George V Dock (KGV) is the main up-river port serving the region. Centrally located, the port terminal sits on the doorstep of Scotland’s extensive rail and motorway network, allowing for fast and easy distribution of cargo. The versatile dock, which opened in July of 1931, is located on a vast site with 32.6 hectares of outside storage and 60,000 m2 of sheltered storage space. King George V Dock also boasts a 1586m long quay, including a 529m long riverside quay with a water depth of 8.5m. The vast, flexible storage space, quay and water depth is complemented by state-of-the-art equipment including recent investments such as the purchase of a new multi-docker crane. With the ability to handle all commodities, KGV currently handles biomass, agri-bulks, dry bulks, forest products, renewables, metals and project cargo commodities.


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King George V Dock

Commodities handled here

Agri Bulks

Dry Bulks

Forest Renewables Metals Project Cargo Products

Energy RoRo Products

Port information Berths

Total quay length of 1.586m with 8.5m CD Shieldhall quay length of 320m, design depth of 8.5m CD Basin East quay length of 640m, design depth 8.5m CD Basin West quay length of 830m, design depth 8.5m CD

Crane hire/ plant

Several cranes available including: -

2 Gottwald HMK 260 EG harbour mobiles (100 tonnes at 19m radius) 1 multi-docker CH65C material handler – capable of lifting up to 400 tonnes per hour Several wheeled shovels (CAT 966 & 950) Various forklift trucks with up to 21 tonne capacity Tugmaster and Mafi trailers

Maximum size of vessels

Ships drawing up to 8.7m in fresh water can ordinarily make the river passage to or from Glasgow on any day. Vessels over 8.7m can be achieved but requires Marine Consultation.

Mean tidal range Spring 4m Neaps 2.4m LOA 225m Beam of 32m

Storage

Total area 32.6-ha covered storage is 60,000 sq m


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Peel Ports Group | Clydeport

Greenock Ocean Terminal Home to Scotland’s deepest container terminal Our facilities at Greenock Ocean Terminal have immediate access to a local population of over 2 million people. Excellent links to Glasgow and the central belt, a railway station, two nearby airports and motorway access via the A8/M8 ensure that Greenock is ideally placed as a local transit hub. An extensive 372 metre quay length and 12.6 metres draft allows vessels to be accommodated alongside with ease and simplicity. Three ship-to-shore cranes which now form an integral part of the Greenock skyline can lift between 35-40 tonnes with capacity of 13 containers across. The opening of Liverpool2 has transformed the playing field, bringing deepsea connections much closer to Scotland and we are now in a unique position thanks to our Irish Sea Hubs. Mega ocean container ships can now call directly into Liverpool, which acts as a feeder hub to Greenock, Ireland and Manchester, allowing closer import and export routes to market. We’re not short on storage areas either, Greenock Ocean Terminal is within a 50 acre site with a laden storage area of up to 7,000 TEU’s and an empty storage area of up to 3,500 TEU’s. An additional benefit is the 25,000 sq m modern multiuser warehousing with up to 80 reefer points and devanning facilities on site.


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Greenock Ocean Terminal Commodities handled here Forest Containers Products

Cruises

Project Cargo Renewables Metals

Energy Products

Port information Berths

372m of Quay with 12.6m CD. Mean Tidal Ranges: Springs 3.1m. Neaps 1.8m Cope Edge: 5.71m CD

Quay Services

Quay length 372m. Maintenance depth 12.6m. Tidal range 3m. Water line 25 tph. 13 Straddle Carriers. 3t-14t for FLT, with varying attachments to handle multiple commodities. Bespoke boom to handle steel (SWL 3.5t). Customs approved warehousing with TFS inside. Port-centric solutions. AEO/S & AEO/C approved. Container M&R facilities onsite. Water – 25 tons per hour. Explosives Licence – contact GOT Operations Manager 01475 886302 Tugboats, anchoring and tendering on request.

Cargo handling / plant

Numerous cranes available including: • 2 Shore-side container cranes 32t (32m reach across). • 1 Shore-side container crane 40t (32m reach across). • 10 Straddle carriers. • MAFI & Tugmaster units. • 2 Empty container stackers. • Large selection of forklifts ranging from 1t to 14t.

Feeder service

Feeder services connect with deep-sea services in Southampton, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin, Irlam (Manchester), Le Havre, Bilbao, Antwerp, Ghent and Rotterdam.

Operating hours

Routine receipt and delivery of goods Mon-Fri 08.00 - 17.00 hours. Container receivals opens 07.00 Mon closes 19.00 Fri. Berthing and working 24 hours, as required.

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Total area 20.3 ha. Total covered modern warehousing 25,000 sq m.


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Marine Services

The following are available at all sites at Clydeport Vessel Booking

Marine Traffic Information

Berth availability must be agreed with the Berth Owner/ Operator and a booking is required to confirm times, submitted via the PORTLINKS service.

Clydeport (Harbour Authority) provides Local PortLochgilphead Services (LPS) and monitors VHF Ch12 from Callsign: Estuary Radio

Notices to Mariners are available on the Web Site https://www.peelports.com/marineinformation?port=glasgow

The Port can provide a variety of local Harbour Tugs, both ASD and Conventional with up to 66 ton bollard pull, stationed on the Clyde, which operate 365 days a year and 24/7.

Pilotage

Clydeport provides a 24/7 pilotage service and Pilots must be requested via PORTLINKS

Pilotage is compulsory for certain vessels, see Pilotage Directions on the Web Site NTM No.2)

The Port has a number of local companies that can provide maintenance support, (including Dry Dock facilities) and workboat support for various marine operations including barge moves, marine construction and maintenance support.

A PEC Scheme is provided, supporting regular port users

The Port has a number of local Commercial Diving companies that can deliver Port and Vessel Diving Engineering Services.

Towage

Tugs are available in the port to meet all customer requirements. Guidance on towage requirements is available on the Web Site. Requests can be submitted via PORTLINKS and a Booking must be made directly with your chosen service Provider

Mooring

Mooring/Line handling services are available as required. Request for mooring assistance should be made via PORTLINKS

Stevedoring

Clydeport provides specialist cargo handling services at each of its Terminals. The Terminal Operations Manager will provide advice where required.

Workboats & support craft

A range of professional service providers and craft are available in the port. Details are available on the Web Site

Diving

Specialist diving contractors are available in the port as required

Consultation and advice

Clydeport Marine provides advice and assistance to support business in the port. There is extensive availability of safe anchorages for possible long-term use. Consultation on short/long term Mooring, Vessel Lay-up, complex towage and other projects is strongly recommended. Contact the Marine Dept at Greenock Ocean Terminal

Tarbert

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