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Port of Burntisland

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The Port of Burntisland is the Forth’s most natural harbour and one of its oldest. It is located on the North side of the River Forth, where it has the ability to provide transport and distribution by sea, rail or road across Scotland. In recent years, it has experienced a revival from coastal shipping and opportunities within the offshore renewable energy sector. The port houses two major tenants, including Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab), as well as Briggs Marine. 

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