With £5 million of ABP investment, the Port of Teignmouth has seen deepening of berths, the creation of 3,000 sq m of new transit shed accommodation for larger and more frequent vessels and a significant enhancement of ship turnaround times. Serving a thriving animal feed import trade and equipped with GAFTA UKASTA approved warehousing with separate storage bays for organic cargoes, Teignmouth also handles a broad range of other bulks including grain, stone chippings, salt and by-products from steel production in South Wales. Planned channel deepening works will increase the capabilities of the port for larger vessels, further enhancing the service that Teignmouth can offer. The port has significant development opportunities available for the design and construction of bespoke business space.
See more information about the Port of Teignmouth and its services and facilities on ABP’s website.
From The Port of Teignmouth, the nearby M5 motorway provides easy access to the Midlands and direct access to London via the M4. There are direct rail services from Teignmouth to Birmingham New Street and London Paddington and Plymouth has its own airport.