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:
|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.
|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.