Pembroke Port takes Pembrokeshire's cargo, shipping and engineering supply chain possibilities to Breakbulk Europe 2019

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Pembroke Port, a bulk, breakbulk, project and heavy lift cargo handler, is attending Breakbulk Europe 2019 to present Pembrokeshire's extensive cargo handling, shipping and engineering proposition.


Owned and operated by the Port of Milford Haven, Pembroke Port is located in the natural deep harbour of the Milford Haven Waterway on the west coast of Wales superbly positioned close to key shipping lanes.
The Port has an impressive experience base. It has a strong reputation for handling standard and oversize cargoes. The Port collaborates with the region's extensive supply chain to deliver what industry needs, and will be joined at Breakbulk by Williams Shipping, who will showcase a broad range of marine and logistics services, including port services, transport and logistics.

Natalie Britton, Director of Quayside Operations at Pembroke Port commented: "We are proud to be part of Pembrokeshire's cargo, shipping and engineering supply chain and look forward to sharing this with industry specialists at Breakbulk. With an Atlantic seaboard location, adaptable facilities and a specialist skill base we know Pembrokeshire has significant appeal."

Pembroke Port will be exhibiting on stand P81 in Hall 4. To arrange a meeting, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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