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HMS BLYTH comes home


HMS BLYTH, a Royal Navy mine hunter, returned to her home port in July after three years serving in the Gulf. Over 700 people took advantage of a Ship Open to Visitors event on Saturday 11th July, coming aboard to view the...

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Port Announces Major "Green" Development


The Port of Blyth have announced plans for leading British renewable energy developer, Renewable Energy Systems (RES), to build a major new biomass power station at their 10 hectare Bates Terminal. The scheme costing upwards of £200 million will see...

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Photo Opportunity at Port of Blyth


The Port of Blyth has thrown down the challenge to all amateur photographers in the region in launching its annual photo competition for 2009. The winner will again receive a high specification digital camera to be drawn from all entries...

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Port Labour Partnership Secured For Expansion


The Port of Blyth has concluded a five year agreement for the supply of contract labour to support expanding trade. The deal with S2S (UK) Ltd (part of the NEWgroup recruitment and contract labour organisation) will see priority supply of...

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Port of Blyth Plays the Ace of Spades


The Ace of Spades dragline excavator has been one of the largest in Northern Europe for well over a decade and is now bidding farewell to the region. After a full scale demobilisation and transportation operation, the 4,500 tonne crane...

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Port Launches New Training Centre


The Port of Blyth has launched a major new training centre to meet the demands of an expanding workforce requiring first class training and a strong demand to provide external courses to external companies and organisations across the region. Under...

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