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Santa at the Port says: “the storm didn’t get the ‘barra’ of us!”

A WHA spokesperson was pleased to confirm that the planned disruption initiated by the Port safeguarded all employees and customers and normal service has resumed today. Asked about Santa saying the storm had not got the better of the Port, the Port confirmed that the community Christmas fund continues to be well funded and applications […]

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Storm Barra

Warrenpoint Port is currently not operational due to high winds and hazardous conditions caused by Storm Barra. The Health and Safety of our people and Port users is paramount. The situation will continue to be reviewed throughout the day. Seatruck is accepting lorries but not expected to sail until at least tomorrow. This is subject […]

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Sean Doran RIP

The Board, Management and Team at Warrenpoint Port are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Councillor Sean Doran. Sean was an esteemed member of our Harbour Authority Board from 2015-2020 and a member of the Carlingford Lough Commission. Sean was the driver behind the project to remove the abandoned steel barge at Greencastle […]

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Port on Point for Second Annual Community Christmas Fund

This week Warrenpoint Port launched its second annual Community Christmas Fund to support local causes. The fund has already raised more than £10,000 through the generosity of port users, agents, and customers. Last year the fund aimed to spread festive cheer in the local community in the midst of the pandemic. This year, it is […]

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Farewell Captain Steve

The team at Warrenpoint Port was saddened to learn that Capt. Steve Cheeseman from Seatruck Ferries is moving on to a new role in the coming weeks. Captain Steve’s photos, videos and posts of his almost daily voyage on Carlingford Lough have been a source of great enjoyment for many of us in the Port […]

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Vessel in Lough

You may have been wondering why there is a vessel sitting in the Lough. Did you know that there are a number of safe anchorage points in the Lough to use when the Port is busy or when a vessel has to be moved to make way for other Port traffic? This particular vessel was […]

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Warrenpoint Port Sponsors SAH Christmas Card Campaign

Warrenpoint Port is a sponsor of this year’s Southern Area Hospice’s Christmas Card Campaign. Southern Area Hospice touches so many of our lives and it is great to be able to support the vital work of the Hospice, through this important campaign. If you would like to purchase Hospice charity cards please click on the […]

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Concerns and speculation on social media – RDF & SRF

Warrenpoint Port is aware of the concerns and speculation on social media in relation to the RDF (refuse derived fuel) and SRF (solids recovered fuel) currently stored at the site. RDF and SRF are made from non-organic waste diverted from local landfill sites and used to generate electricity, heat and other forms of energy in […]

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Notice to Hauliers Accessing Warrenpoint Port

Please note that Warrenpoint Port is now using a new registration system for site safety and induction Access Passes. All hauliers and port users wishing to access the site must log onto www.warrenpointport.com and select the appropriate site induction. When the health and safety induction has been successfully completed and the registration details are filled […]

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Newry Chamber Greater Newry Business Awards 2021

Warrenpoint Port was delighted to be a finalist at the @Newry Chamber Greater Newry Area Business Awards 2021. The Port was represented at the event (ltor) by Kerri Farrell, Project Manager and Sharon Davis, Finance Manager. Congratulation to all the winners, highly commended businesses, and finalists. It was a great event and an opportunity to […]

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