Nine miles west of Cardiff, the Port has excellent multimodal connections, with a link road to Junction 33 of the M4 and direct rail connections to the Barry Intermodal Terminal, enabling container transportation by train to UK deep sea hub ports. The Port of Barry is a key facility for the region's chemical industry, handling liquid bulks for major companies including Dow Corning. Barry also has considerable expertise in the handling of steel, scrap metal, containers, dry bulks, coal, and aggregates. The port estate includes the new Barry Solar Farm, covering 37 acres and generating clean energy for the National Grid. The port has significant development opportunities available for the design and construction of bespoke business space
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Located in southeast Wales, The Port of Barry has direct access to the M4 at Junction 33 and is situated 9 miles from Cardiff and just 6 miles from Cardiff airport. There are direct rail services from Barry Docks to Cardiff and onward direct services to London Paddington, Birmingham New Street.