Belfast is Northern Ireland’s principal container handling port, and at Peel Ports Belfast we live and breathe containers…exclusively. Our Victoria Terminal 3 handles nearly 200,000 units every year and services three main lines, Xpress Container Line, BG Freight and CMA CGM.
• Marine Terminals Limited
Peel Ports Dublin is Ireland’s premier container terminal, producing an average throughout of 100,000 units per year. We operate the Marine Terminal Limited and provide direct LoLo connections to the UK, the Netherlands, France, Iberia and onwards worldwide…and we’re growing.
• King George V
• Rothesay Dock
Peel Ports Glasgow isn’t just a group of ports that border Scotland’s largest city and industrial centre, it’s Scotland’s freight gateway to the world. We comprise the four ports of King George V Glasgow, Greenock, Ardrossan and Hunterston.
The story of Peel Ports Heysham is one of location, investment, expansion…and continued success. Just 50 miles north of Liverpool and six miles from the M6 motorway, our influence spreads over the Irish Sea Network…perfectly positioned for trade between Britain and Ireland.
One of the largest, busiest and most diverse ports in the UK, Peel Ports Liverpool sits on both banks of the River Mersey. It’s a port with a long illustrious history …and an exciting future.
• Ellesmere Port
• Port Ince
• Port Irlam
• Port Salford
• Port Warrington
Peel Ports Manchester Ship Canal is a 12-terminal, 36-mile long seaway linking Liverpool and Manchester. It’s a unique, innovative, ‘green highway’ into the heart of the UK, carrying around 8 million tonnes of cargo a year, removing freight from overcrowded roads and rail.
• Chatham Docks
• Port of Sheerness
Sheerness is our flagship terminal in the South East of England. As part of the Peel Ports Medway estate, its proximity to London makes it the perfect port of call for the capital…and the country.