The Port of Blyth is the operating division of Blyth Harbour Commission, an independent Statutory Trust Port established in 1882.
The Port of Blyth is the operating division of Blyth Harbour Commission, a modern Trust Port operated for the benefit of all stakeholders.
Located on the East Coast of the UK, the Port is a single day’s drive from all mainland destinations and is used as a strategic hub by many shippers looking to serve northern England & Scotland.
The Port has a subsidiary international logistics provider, Transped, offering a worldwide door to door service, with a particular reputation for servicing the energy, project, forest products, unitised and dry bulk sectors. This is backed up with extensive open and covered storage available across five main terminals. Efficient cost effective nationwide distribution by road & rail completes the package meeting the needs of the increasingly demanding logistics chain.
It also has an award winning training division, Port Training Services.
Blyth Harbour Commission (Port of Blyth) is the Statutory Harbour Authority responsible for marine safety and conservancy on the River Blyth.
The Marine Department operates on a 24 hour, 365 day basis and provides a variety of services including dredging, pilotage, towage, foyboatmen, fresh water, waste disposal and general navigation control.
As part of its role, the Port also focuses on environmental protection, maintaining a number of marine plans and management systems designed to prevent or minimise the impact of incidents potentially detrimental to the environment.