TWO local students who won the opportunity to start a career in engineering following a competition run by The Port of Tilbury and the Gateway Academy, are now ready to take up apprenticeships at the busy port.
THAMES Freeport will formally open for business this month, marked by the launch of a new film which brings to life the benefits of locating in the new economic zone at the heart of Europe’s biggest consumer market.
THREE Essex Police officers from Grays and Chigwell who battled to save the life of a man trapped inside a burning vehicle have won a bravery award.
FOLLOWING the success of the Port of Tilbury’s Recruitment day in June, a group of 12 apprentices have joined the port after a competitive interview process
THE Port of Tilbury have been sponsors of Tilbury Football Club for many years, and in partnership with the club on Saturday (17th July), Tilbury Football Ground opened its pitches to over 100 young people who came along to be coached by the club coaches and the team players.
THE Port of Tilbury, London’s fastest growing port welcomed hundreds of people from the local area to their recruitment day on Tuesday 29th June 2021 at the London Cruise Terminal.
WORK is progressing on this project of national importance to install new dual function lock gates on the Thames Estuary in Tilbury.
SCA, Europe’s largest private forest owner and producer of wood products, packaging paper, pulp and renewable energy, will return on a long-term deal to market leading UK Paper Hub* located at London’s major port, the Port of Tilbury. The 50-acre facility on the Thames will become SCA’s primary UK logistics hub for the import of packaging materials to supply their UK customers.
THE driving forces behind a vast £4.5billion Thames Freeport say it could rival Dubai, triggering a decade of regeneration and investment in south Essex.
The habitat site, which in 2019 was recognised as of national importance for insects and other invertebrates, was created seven years ago by spreading chalk slurry over an area equivalent to six football pitches on the bare surface of a former landfill,
THE two ports which make up Thames Freeport received more new enquiries from businesses looking to relocate to the site this month than at any point in the last decade, following the shortlisting of the bid by the Government on 3 March.
MAJOR building work is underway at the UK’s largest grain terminal at the Port of Tilbury following a fire* in 2020 which damaged its grain silos.
New logistics training programme launches at The Port of Tilbury for unemployed local residents
THE sites for the eight freeports in England have been revealed as part of the Chancellor’s Budget.
PORT of Tilbury, London’s fastest growing port, has reached the final of the prestigious annual Logistics Awards. The port has been shortlisted in the ‘New Facility’ category for their recently opened terminal, Tilbury2.
WORK has started on a £34m project to improve flood defences at a port on the Thames estuary.
By Local Democracy Reporter A NEW freeport will hugely bolster employment in Thurrock, a leading councillor has proclaimed. DP World and Forth Ports are bidding for a new Thames Freeport, with London Gateway, the Port of Tilbury and Ford’s Dagenham engine plant with the Thames Enterprise Park at its heart. Thames Enterprise Park is a […]
LONDON’S leading provider of river, road and rail freight solutions, Walsh, has signed a 20-year agreement with the Port of Tilbury to help to meet the capital’s demand for construction materials in the most sustainable way.
THE bid for a freeport on the Thames is now even stronger. Thames Enterprise Park – a 669-acre former oil refinery development site shortly to become a manufacturing, logistics and clean energy hub – is joining the bid.
FORTH Ports Group reported a 20% increase in unaccompanied freight volumes between Tilbury and Zeebrugge in December using the newest port in the country, Tilbury2.
THURROCK MP Jackie Doyle-Price rose on the floor to discs the future of th sports in Thurrock.
THE cargo flowing through our ports varies, but the current supply chain planning and the sentiment from our customers is consistent throughout.
THURROCK’s two major ports, who have forged an alliance, hope today will become a landmark date in the commercial success of the borough.
AN innovative community-led local development (CLLD) programme in Tilbury has opened its fourth round of applications to offer funding to organisations supporting residents into work.