Port of Tilbury London Limited

About the Company

As the largest multimodal port in the South East and 3rd largest port in the UK, we do much more than simply manage cargo passing through our port, we offer bespoke supply chain solutions for a diverse range of sectors. With in excess of 1,000 acres and 5 million square feet of warehousing, we have a significant network of businesses based at our port that have brought into the advantages a portcentric solution can offer. With strong multimodal transportation links by sea, road, rail and barge, these connections help us to remove complexity from supply chains, reduce stock holding and journey miles resulting in lower costs and a more environmentally friendly service for our customers. Allowing the economy to thrive, trade and enhance the quality of life of many people in the UK and countries around the world. Our continuous commitment to investing for the future has positioned us as the fastest growth port in the UK and market leader in a number of sectors. This is an exciting time for our business building a new port for London. Tilbury2 is a major infrastructure project, when operational in 2020, Tilbury2 will be the UK’s largest unaccompanied freight ferry port, the country’s biggest construction processing hub and will see the creation of a new significantly larger rail head. As a key employer in the local area we offer a diverse range of career opportunities. The port business can be seen as a barometer for the economy and this drives us to be adaptable and fast paced. The backbone of our business is Port Operations but for us to be successful, we also need a range of specialist to support our business. We are committed to the learning and development of all employees, to help them succeed within their current roles and achieve their personal and professional potential. We are not standing still, we are investing and adapting to support future.

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