The Port of Plymouth provides freight access to France and Northern Spain and is less than a mile from the city centre, making it an ideal location as a regional distribution centre or for last mile delivery facilities.
A gateway for Brittany Ferries for more than 40 years, today the line operates daily services from Plymouth to France and weekly crossings to Northern Spain for both passengers and cargo, with the Port’s location providing convenient road and rail access. The port utilises a linkspan with capacity to handle up to 200 tonnes and offers some 5,420 sq m of covered storage and 34,000 sq m of additional open space for goods and vehicles. With its 200m long berth, an anchorage ground capable of accommodating vessels of up to 300m long and full adjustable tender berthing facilities for ships moored in Plymouth Sound, the historic harbour is proving an increasingly popular port of call for Cruise ships.
See more information about the Port of Plymouth and its services and facilities on ABP’s website.
The A38 Devon Expressway links Plymouth to the M5 at Exeter which provides access to the M4 and to the Midlands. It is less than a mile from Plymouth city centre, and has its own airport. Plymouth central station is less than a mile away and provides direct rail services to Bristol Parkway, Birmingham New Street and London Paddington.