For over four years now, PD Ports has operated a very successful intermodal rail freight service with direct connections from Teesport to Mossend. This route provides a simple, more cost effective and environmentally friendly route for European markets for Scotland’s imports and exports, whilst alleviating the already congested UK road network. As trade continues to grow and the requirements for more freight to be moved by rail, the new development at Mossend International Railfreight Park is both much needed and an exciting opportunity. It will play a significant role in transforming the modern supply chains into and out of Scotland and we wish the project every success.
Four major rail freight companies come together at Mossend International Railfreight Park (MIRP) to promote decarbonisation of the supply chain
Four main rail freight companies came together at Mossend International Railfreight Park (MIRP) yesterday with their electric and hybrid locomotives, in support of the decarbonisation of the logistics supply chain…Read More
UK launches freeports consultation
The government has launched a consultation on creating up to 10 freeports in the UK, with special tariff and duty status, designed to fuel growth. The first could open as…Read More
Mossend International Railfreight Park is granted planning consent by Scottish Ministers
PDS and The I D Meiklam Trust, advised by property consultant CBRE, Ryden and Ironside Farrar, have secured planning permission from the Scottish Government for the Mossend International Railfreight Park…Read More
Geoff Lippitt PD Ports