National renewable infrastructure plan
Aberdeen Port offers an ideal base for operation and maintenance companies interested in servicing the offshore renewables market.
It is a world class port annually handling around five million tonnes of cargo, valued at approximately £1.5 billion, for a wide range of industries. It is also the centre of activity for the offshore oil and gas industry’s marine support operations in North West Europe.
Aberdeen Harbour Board has already awarded a £14 million contract for the first phase of the Torry Quay redevelopment.
The initial stage of this three-phase project worth £30 million will include the demolition of the existing wharves at Torry Quay and replacing them with 300 metres of realigned, deep drafted quays. These new quays are designed to be more suitable for modern, deep draughted ships and heavy cargoes. Completion of the project, which is part of Aberdeen Harbour Board’s £65 million development strategy, will result in over 500 metres of new deep water berths and more than seven hectares of back up land on the south side of the River Dee.
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