Pembroke Port - The Port for your business
22 September 2023
Pembroke Port is strategically positioned in close proximity to the Irish Sea and Bristol Channel and accommodates a spectrum of shipping, cargo, and business needs.
Our dedication to advancing your business is matched by our dynamic team, a thriving local supply chain, and a vision for a future energy-ready port.
Join us as we explore the many ways in which Pembroke Port is not just any Port, but the Port for your business…
The people behind the Port
A Port is only as strong as its crew, and Pembroke Port's team is a crew of dedicated professionals that place your business at the core of ours.
Operating 24/7 all year round, our team’s proactive approach, backed by a deep understanding of the industry can support your project and cargo needs whilst providing a seamless, professional service.
Efficient heavy lift and project cargo services
With quayside and ro-ro berths, complemented by expansive laydown, storage, and fabrication spaces, Pembroke Port is primed to handle most heavy lift cargoes.
Pembroke Port's cargo handling capabilities ensure the safe and timely movement of goods, contributing to your supply chain's reliability. With versatile storage options, including short and long term, and seamless quayside transfers, Pembroke Port is your reliable cargo hub.
In a world of changing demands and dynamic markets, access to secure and versatile storage solutions is invaluable. At Pembroke Port our 69-acre port offers a range of storage options, both internal and external.
Within our facilities, you'll find a variety of access options, complemented by on-site machinery that can help facilitate movements from the quayside to your designated area.
Office space and workshops for your business needs
Finding the right location for your business operations is paramount. Whether you’re a start-up business, working on a project that requires space, or an established business seeking the perfect property, Pembroke Port offers a range of properties to let in Pembroke Dock which are in close proximity to the Celtic Sea, catering to a wide range of industries.
Options vary from offices and workshops to expansive 30,000 sq ft units, and as part of the Swansea Bay City Deal-backed Pembroke Dock Marine project, four historic hangar annexes have been refurbished into new office and workshop spaces.
Optimising your layovers
Designed to seamlessly integrate transit and efficiency, Pembroke Port is perfectly positioned near the Irish Sea and Bristol Channel shipping routes.
Whether you need to layover for bad weather, vessel repairs and inspections, bunkering and freshwater provisions, crew turnover and welfare, cargo transfers, or warehousing and office facilities, Pembroke Port offers swift solutions for planned, short-notice, or emergency shipping requirements.
Build relationships with our local supply chain
Pembroke Port's collaboration with local suppliers and communities isn't just about business; it's about growth, prosperity, and shared success.
Our well-established local supply chain encompasses vital services such as ship chandlery, marine services, technical expertise, and world-leading shipping agents, with expertise covering engineering, shipping, haulage, crane services, and specialised consultation.
Bridging connections with convenience
With Irish Ferries, we offer twice daily sailings between Wales and Ireland year-round.
Our friendly team at Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal give a warm welcome to over 320,000 passengers annually. The site includes free parking, dedicated terminals and offers easy access to the M4/M5/M6 motorways.
With a two-tier linkspan, a 60T fleet, and secure storage to cater to diverse freight needs, our ferry service ensures that your goods can transit to its destination efficiently.
Future energy-ready port
Pembroke Port is swiftly advancing towards becoming a versatile, future-energy hub, promising prosperity for present and future generations.
With the Swansea Bay City Deal and EU-backed Pembroke Dock Marine project’s propelling progress, developments include an expanded slipway for marine energy testing and offshore wind services, new workboat pontoons offering berthing options and four hangar annexes which have been transformed into new office and workshop spaces for renewable and marine sector enterprises.