Hartlepool Dock is ideally located on the North East coast offering businesses deep-water, lock free access to the North Sea.
The 245 acre site benefits from multiple berth locations, adjacent warehousing facilities and storage options, as well as rail connectivity to the UK network, enabling Hartlepool Dock to support an diverse range of global sectors including steel, energy, construction, offshore, free-flowing bulks and waste recycling.
One of the UK’s closest ports to some of the world’s largest proposed and active offshore projects the Port also has a wealth of experience in supporting the sector making it a hub for renewable energy.
With excellent rail, road, and sea access, Hartlepool dock provides a range of services and solutions that enable the smooth movement of goods in and out of the UK whilst also boasting an expanse of quayside developable land for new projects.
PD Ports also holds a license to handle and store waste at Hartlepool, enabling the Port to manage a variety of bulk and waste cargo, including limestone, aggregates and talc. The Port is also accredited to ISO 9001, 14001 & 50001 standards.