Grimsby is at the forefront in serving the developing offshore wind energy industry and availability of appropriate development sites has attracted major offshore wind energy companies such as Siemens, Centrica and RES.
Grimsby is a major UK car import gateway and serves the fast-growing offshore wind energy industry. Grimsby River Terminal allows the port to accommodate larger, deeper draughted vessels carrying up to 3,000 vehicles, securing Grimsby’s reputation as one of the UK’s leading car handling ports. Grimsby’s status as an operations and maintenance (O&M) base for the burgeoning offshore energy industry continues to build and the Port has been confirmed by DONG Energy as the permanent O&M base for the Westermost Rough Offshore Wind Farm for the next 25 years. The port has significant development opportunities available for the design and construction of bespoke business space.
See more information about the Port of Grimsby and its services and facilities on ABP’s website.
Grimsby is located just seven miles from the open sea, on the south bank of the River Humber and within easy reach of the UK's industrial heartland. The M180/A180 dual carriageway runs right to the dock entrance, providing fast links to the M18 and M1. There are also direct quayside rail connections which link the port to the national railway network.