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Ports

ABLE operates a number of ports on the River Tees and is developing ABLE Humber Port on the South Bank of the Humber Estuary – soon to be one of Europe’s newest, largest multi-user ports facility.

ABLE is committed to operating its ports as multi-user facilities. This provides the following:

  • A more competitive option for our clients
  • A more flexible approach to project management
  • True cost and operational efficiencies
  • The chance for local supply chain businesses to become more competitive
  • Reduced capital expenditure for tenants sharing a wide range of capital equipment.

River Tees

ABLE Billingham Reach 21 hectares (52 acres) 580m quay.
Large Industrial hinterland with existing planning permission for Energy production facilities. 7 plots available for industrial use and planning permission for energy production facilities.
ABLE Clarence Port 19 hectares (47 acres) 210m quay.
Planning permissions for Energy production facilities.
ABLE Middlesbrough Port 16 hectares (39.5 acres) 1,000m + quay.
Large fabrication facilities with fitted overhead cranes.
ABLE Seaton Port 51 hectares (126 acres) 306m deep water quays with 2 new quays added in 2015/16, 60t/m² heavy load quay and additional import/export quay providing additional berthing capacity for rigs and other vessels.
One of the world’s largest dry docks:
496m x 264m with 121m entrance.
On-site fabrication, workshop and welfare facilities, rail connections.

Humber Estuary

ABLE Humber Port Development consent for new deep water super port, 864.2 hectares (2,135.5 acres) 1,389m new deep water heavy quays in development. Close proximity and
on-site rail connections to TATA Steel Scunthorpe.