Leith (Edinburgh) - Grain and Dry Bulks


With well-equipped facilities to maintain the integrity, cleanliness and quality of the commodity, the Port of Leith has a long association with grain and animal feed.

A wide variety of other bulks pass through Leith each year, including cement, coal, iron ore and aggregates.

The port can offer:

  • Bulk rail terminal.
  • The cement terminal is equipped with a Siwertal bulk uploader capable of discharging 500 tonnes per hour alongside storage.
  • Nearby open storage for up to 50,000 tonnes of bulk materials.
  • Direct to road/vessel capability.
  • Covered storage and load-out facilities.
  • Stock management system.

2017 will be a busy cruise season for Scotland and London

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