With direct links to the national rail network, easy access to the M4 motorway and direct sea access, the Port of Swansea provides multimodal facilities and easy access to the nearby urban conurbations and Swansea city centre.
The Port of Swansea is three miles, via dual carriageway, from Junction 42 of the M4 and has direct links to the national rail network, making it an impressive multimodal location. It is also less than two miles from the city centre making it an ideal distribution centre. Swansea is the most westerly of ABP’s South Wales ports, with the capacity to handle vessels of up to 30,000 dwt and offers berths and facilities for most types of cargo. Swansea is also home to the proposed Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project, which will be the world’s first man-made energy-generating lagoon, powering over 155,000 homes. The port has significant development opportunities available for the design and construction of bespoke business space.
See more information about the Port of Swansea and its services and facilities on ABP’s website.
Located in south west Wales, The Port of Swansea has direct access to the M4 at Junction 42, providing direct access to London and easy access to the M5 for the Midlands and the South West. There are direct rail services from Swansea to Cardiff, Bristol Parkway and London Paddington.