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STATEMENT FROM WARRENPOINT HARBOUR AUTHORITY RE PORT MASTER PLAN – REGEN WASTE PROPOSAL

STATEMENT FROM WARRENPOINT HARBOUR AUTHORITY RE PORT MASTER PLAN – REGEN WASTE PROPOSAL 11th July 2017 Peter Conway, Chief Executive of Warrenpoint Harbour Authority has issued the following statement. The Board of Warrenpoint Harbour Authority commissioned consultants in December 2016 to prepare a Master Plan for the Port to cover a 35 year planning cycle. The […]

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STATEMENT FROM WARRENPOINT HARBOUR AUTHORITY RE REGEN WASTE PROPOSAL

30th June 2017 STATEMENT FROM WARRENPOINT HARBOUR AUTHORITY RE REGEN WASTE PROPOSAL Warrenpoint Harbour Authority would like to clarify that the proposal from Regen Waste to develop a new waste management facility at the Harbour will be subject to exactly the same rigorous processes, procedures and scrutiny as any other proposed development on the site. […]

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Seatruck Ferries extends Commitment to Warrenpoint Harbour Authority

Seatruck Ferries extend port agreement with Warrenpoint Harbour PR 28 June 2017

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Warrenpoint Harbour Authority – Annual Accounts 2016

Warrenpoint Port are pleased to report an improved performance in both tonnages handled and profitability. Tonnage through the port facilities in 2016 was 3.48 million tonnes, an increase of 7.4%. Profit Before Tax for the financial year ending December 2016 is £927k an increase of 20.6%. All profits are reinvested to develop, maintain and improve […]

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WHA Statement following Public AGM – 27th June 2017

Statement from Warrenpoint Harbour Authority Following public representation at this morning’s Warrenpoint Harbour Authority AGM, the Board of the Authority can assure the local community that the Harbour remains fully committed to working with the community, for the benefit of all stakeholders.  This involves taking into account business demands, environmental concerns and health and safety requirements. To this end the Authority intends […]

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Proposed new placement site for dredged material within Carlingford Lough

Warrenpoint Port is the second largest port in Northern Ireland and serves a catchment area including south Ulster and north Leinster. Around 150 people are employed in the Port every day and the business has a multiplier effect of 1500 jobs in the local economy. Warrenpoint Harbour is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural […]

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QUINN CEMENT EXPORT FACILITY TO SUPPORT CONTINUING GROWTH POST BREXIT

Quinn Cement and Warrenpoint Harbour Authority are delighted to announce the opening of a new cement export hub at Warrenpoint Harbour, Co. Down.  This £2.5 million investment reflects a 10-year deal between the Cavan-based company and Warrenpoint Harbour Authority. Final commissioning of the new facility was completed at the end of January 2017. The export […]

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TIPPING POINT

‘Tipping Point’ for freight specialist Seatruck.   Records are tumbling on the Seatruck Ferries Warrenpoint to Heysham freight ferry service. 2016 saw the largest number of freight vehicles ever to use the twice daily service as the route achieved what is expected to be the largest percentage freight growth of any Northern Irish ferry service. 2017 has also started strongly […]

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RECORD BREAKING VOLUMES

Warrenpoint Harbour Authority today released figures recording the tonnage of goods imported and exported through the Port for the year 2016. The Port recorded 3.48 million tonnes of cargo – a 7.4% growth on 2015 figures.  This reflects a record breaking achievement and firmly places Warrenpoint as one of the premier ports on the island […]

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