Change your cover photo
Change your cover photo
ABP is the UK’s leading port operator with 21 sites strategically positioned across Great Britain. Together with our customers we handle 29% of the UK’s traded goods in value and help deliver over 85 million tonnes of cargo each year. Our core activities include deep sea cargo handling, port terminal operations, warehousing, transit storage, all services by strong multimodal transport links. The group also has in house expertise in dredging and marine consultancy. ABP South Wales benefit from five deep sea commercial ports, providing wide tidal access windows for vessels engaged in the import and export of bulk cargoes from around the globe. With a combined footprint of close to 4,000 acres and substantial experience facilitating the flow of a range of goods and trade through the region, ABP South Wales remain a key stakeholder in the national supply Chain and on hand to support the UK's Nuclear new build and decommissioning industry.
This user account status is Approved

This user has not added any information to their profile yet.

Our strengths;

Dedicated to working safely and sustainably, whilst putting customers quality assurance priorities first.

Highly skilled and experienced in the handling of a range of cargoes across a wide sector base.

Quayside infrastructure suitable for the transhipment of heavy cargoes, AIL’s and construction aggregates.

Strong multimodal transport links including road, rail and sea, connecting our ports with the national infrastructure network.

A wide range of warehousing, open storage and laydown options enabling transit flexibility, on site fabrication, logistics hub or mobilisation base.

An extensive property portfolio with significant capacity to support the development of port-centric manufacturing facilities.

Experienced in providing bespoke infrastructure and power project support, including Hinkley Point C.

Approximately 375 acres of port hinterland available for development and options for tailored property solutions with funding support.

02920 835 063