The Port of Milford Haven is the UK's largest energy port and the biggest port in Wales
A 24/7 operation, the Port offers a range of marine services as well as owning and operating Pembroke Port, Milford Marina and Milford Fish Docks. Activities such as cargo handling, ferry operations, fish landing, marina services and cruise calls are safely and efficiently handled.
The Port of Milford Haven is an independent, commercially run organisation, with a statutory responsibility governed by its Acts, to maintain and improve navigation and the provision of Port and Harbour services and facilities.
As a Trust Port, the Port of Milford Haven does not have shareholders and profit is re-invested with the core focus on supporting the long term viability of the business for future generations. It plays an important role in the economic stability of the region. In 2011, the Port of Milford Haven commissioned a new economic report by Cardiff University on the employment and economic impact of the Port and the industries that are linked to it. The key findings are:
- The Waterway supports over 5,000 jobs in Wales as a whole, 4,000 of which are in Pembrokeshire
- 30% of jobs in the local economy are in oil refining, gas processing and power generation
- 10% of jobs are in sea transport services
- £324m of gross value added (GVA) is injected into the Pembrokeshire economy by activities dependent on the Waterway
- £88.5m of GVA is put into the Welsh economy
The Port of Milford Haven has the following key businesses and development areas:
Visit the Port of Milford Haven website or call +44 (0)1646 696631 for more information.