Port of Tyne Overview
The Port of Tyne in North East England is one of the UK’s major deep-sea ports – a vital trading gateway to world-wide markets.
From its prime location the Port provides excellent shipping connections near the A19, Tyne Tunnel and onsite direct rail access to the East Coast mainline.
Offering unrivalled agility, security and flexibility Port of Tyne can immediately benefit manufacturers with a fully integrated mature logistics infrastructure combining heavy lift cranes, road and rail connectivity.
With its diverse property portfolio the Port offers industrial space and development potential – and only 96 nautical miles from Dogger Bank the Port is ideally placed to become a major hub for the offshore sector with experience in handling loadouts, layby, crew change and other activities.
The Port supports an existing offshore cluster with a healthy manufacturing base located on the Tyne, comprising research institutes and centres of excellence for the testing and commercialisation of offshore renewable technology and skilled heavy engineering.