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Forth Ports is planning to create about 200 jobs at the Port of Tilbury in Essex, as part of a £100m expansion.
Forth Ports is to invest £10m in the creation of a new quayside at the Port of Dundee over the next 18 months.
Forth Ports is to expand its cargo handling operation in Tilbury with the acquisition of the 150-acre former RWE power station site for more than £100m.
Forth Ports is investing £1.5m in the expansion of capacity at Grangemouth container terminal this year.
Forth Ports is planning a multi-million pound investment at the Port of Burntisland, including a new timber processing facility for Scott Timber.
Forth Ports has signed a joint venture with Roxhill Developments to build a 70-acre distribution park at the Port of Tilbury, with the creation of up to 1,100 jobs.
Forth Ports is to acquire the remaining 67% of Tilbury Container Services for £95m, in order to create a new business called London Container Terminal at the Port of Tilbury.
Forth Ports, the owner of ports at Dundee, Grangemouth, Leith, Rosyth and Tilbury, is expected to be acquired by Arcus European Infrastructure Fund for £746m.
Forth Ports is planning to build four 100MW biomass power plants in Dundee, Grangemouth, Leith and Rosyth, in a £1.2bn partnership with Scottish & Southern Energy that could create 180 jobs.
Forth Ports is forming a joint venture with Scottish & Southern Energy to develop renewable energy projects at sites across the country, with the creation of up to 200 jobs.
Forth Ports is to acquire Nordic Group, the Chatham-based port terminal operator and materials recycling company, for £46m.
Forth Ports has announced plans for the development of a new £40m distribution hub at Grangemouth port, including a number of warehouses with direct access to sea, road and rail and the creation of 80 jobs.
Forth Ports is investing £4m in a new crane to increase the number of containers that can be handled at Grangemouth docks.
Forth Ports is investing £14m in the acquisition of a 50% stake in Multi-Link Terminals, the Irish company that operates container terminal facilities in Russia and Finland.
Forth Ports is considering proposals to build a new £80m indoor concert arena, five-star hotel and casino at Leith Docks in Edinburgh over the next five years.
Forth Ports has announced plans to build a £15m cruise liner terminal in Edinburgh.
Forth Ports is to build a £31m paper and board warehouse for Stora Enso of Finland at the port of Tilbury.
Forth Ports is to invest £5m in the expansion of the freight-handling capacity at the port of Grangemouth, including new warehouses, reception facilities, a multi-container stacking system and IT improvements.
Forth Ports has acquired Grainfax, the Port of Dundee-based company that specialises in the storage, drying and testing of grain.
Forth Ports has selected Dew Construction as preferred bidder for a £10m contract to build a new ferry terminal at Rosyth.
Forth Ports is set to announce plans to build a four-star hotel at Dundee harbour, as part of the £30m City Quay project.
Forth Ports has commissioned Babtie to conduct a feasibility study into the development of a new ferry terminal at the port of Rosyth, which could lead to the creation of 3,000 jobs on site and in related industries.
Forth Ports is planning to extend a marine container berth at the port of Tilbury, and four contractors have been invited to tender for the £20m project.
Forth Ports is acquiring the port of Dundee for £10m, and plans to expand agricultural cargo through the port.