Public approval of port performance strengthens further amid ongoing economic worries
Residents and businesses in Pembrokeshire have expressed increased approval of the Port of Milford Haven’s performance over the last year, in the latest annual survey carried out on behalf of the Port.
Port prepares for busy cruise season
The Port of Milford Haven is expecting a busy cruise season with three calls expected this month bringing over 1,000 passengers to the area, and a further six calls planned between July and September.
2017 Annual Report highlights long term investment strategy's role in managing impact of volatile LNG trade
The Port of Milford Haven has published its 2017 Annual Report and Accounts. The report highlights how strategic long term investments have supported the growth of alternate business streams. It also demonstrates the role of diversification in stabilising financial performance during a period of extreme volatility in a core operation.
Port of Milford Haven invests in new lifesaving training and equipment
Seventy employees who work on or near the water at the Port of Milford Haven have undertaken first aid training based on an intuitive check card system.
Welsh Secretary emphasises importance of City Deal to Pembrokeshire's future
Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns visited some of Pembrokeshire’s leading marine renewables tech firms today to underline his support for the sector and highlight the importance of the UK Government’s City Deal to future economic growth in the region.
Port gives green light for cash to kick start £76m marine renewable energy project
Funding to get a major project underway that is set to make Pembroke Dock a centre for marine renewable energy research and development has been given the go ahead by the Port of Milford Haven’s Board of Directors.
The Port of Milford Haven is recruiting a Quayside Operations Manager - a new role which will span Pembroke Port and Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal, Milford Fish Docks and Milford Marina.
Largest vessel to berth at Pembroke Port exports oil refinery to Pakistan
The largest vessel to visit Pembroke Port in West Wales has recently exported parts of a decommissioned oil refinery to Pakistan. The Murco refinery in Milford Haven closed in 2014 and is now owned by Puma Energy which runs it as a storage terminal.
New platform strengthens relationship between Wave-tricity and Port
Marine energy developer Wave-tricity has today (30th March) signed a contract with the Port of Milford Haven which will see the installation of a new pontoon at Pembroke Port. The pontoon will allow Wave-tricity faster, more efficient development access to their marine energy device, Ocean Wave Rower.
Swansea Bay Leaders Celebrate Historic City Deal
The signing of the landmark Swansea Bay City Region deal has been welcomed by the Port of Milford Haven, which is spearheading ‘Pembroke Dock Marine’ – a project that will develop a world class centre for marine energy around the Milford Haven Waterway.