Port of Blyth has a growing reputation as a major UK offshore energy support base in a North East subsea industry estimated to be worth £1bn.
The Port’s South Harbour and Wimbourne Quay terminals are home to a host of leading companies from across the supply chain who have taken advantage of the benefits on offer at Blyth. Competitive rates, a superior service and a dedicated and safety-focused workforce have persuaded a whole range of offshore energy companies to relocate or utilise Port of Blyth.
Alan Conway, Construction Manager for Royal IHC UK who made the switch to Port of Blyth in 2015, said: “The Port of Blyth is fast becoming one of the best offshore hubs not only in the North East of England, but globally.
It is well equipped to provide a wide range of services for the offshore and renewable energy sectors, and can support any mobilisation/de-mobilisation activity. To date Royal IHC has successfully delivered over 12 projects to multiple clients, none of which would have been possible without the alliance with Port of Blyth.”
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