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Bristol Port welcomes Mazda UK's first direct shipment of cars from Japan

Mooring at Bristol’s Royal Portbury Dock on the 28th March, the NOCC Atlantic delivered 2,355 cars to Mazda’s new automotive port handling centre within the Bristol Port Company estate. 

The Bristol Port Company pledge to plant a tree for every employee

The Bristol Port Company is always striving for new initiatives to make the dock estate greener, therefore, as part of Port’s journey towards Net Zero, we have pledged to plant a tree for every employee. 

Weather Warning 16.02.22

Major winter storm to coincide with high spring tides. Currently Amber warning has been issued but it is at the top end of high impacts. Potential for a Red Warning to be issued on 17 February 2022.

'Down at the Docks': Bristol Port employees give an insight into docker life in new BBC One series

Several Bristol Port Company employees featured in latest BBC One documentary series 'We Are England', offering an insight into their lives working at a busy port.

The Bristol Port Company Newsletter December 2021

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Farewell to the Bristol Giant

The gigantic floating crane is steeped in history, supporting the construction of crucial infastructure at Avonmouth Dock since 1965. 

MSC introduces direct service between Turkey and Bristol

Mediterranean Shipping Company (UK) Ltd. launched a new direct service route between Turkey and Bristol, with its first sailing arriving at Royal Portbury Dock on Monday 8th November 2021.

First T-pylons arrive at Avonmouth Dock

Bristol Port has played a critical role in ensuring the secure delivery of National Grid's new pylon design, the first in over a century - the T-pylon.

Leading the port industry with cutting-edge simulator

Our latest investment will transform our training capabilities and reduce risk as we embrace the benefits of tody's technology at Bristol Port. 

Brexit ready: Border Control Post complete

With the UK’s Brexit Referendum in 2016 resulting in a vote to leave the European Union, ports across the country have had to adapt to the consequent regulations. 

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