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The Ports of Dundee and Leith were identified as key assets in the National Renewable Infrastructure Plan (NRIP) in 2011, highlighting the ports as key locations for the development of renewable energy in the coming years. Opportunities within the offshore sector continue and the ports have signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs), which demonstrates Forth Ports' valuable role and future contribution to the Scottish renewables industry.

2017 will be a busy cruise season for Scotland and London

Ports of Leith, Rosyth, Dundee and Tilbury

London Container Terminal handles in excess of half a million containers per year

Port of Tilbury

Ideally located for high quality support facilities for the North Sea Oil & Gas industry

Port of Leith

Hyundai import all their UK 75k cars per annum via the Port of Tilbury

Port of Tilbury

Scotland's largest container port, Grangemouth handles around 9m
tonnes of cargo per year

Port of Grangemouth

The Port of Rosyth's heavy lifting capability was underlined with the arrival of deck sections for the new Forth crossing

Port of Rosyth

Scotland's premier jack-up, deep sea servicing and decommissioning port

Port of Dundee

Forth Ports manages and operates an area of 280 square miles of navigable waters' River Forth and Tay

Forth Bridges

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