The Bristol Port Company Official Newsletter May 2021
Discover why West is best for our customers using our new container service, read about our latest infrastructure investments and learn about our latest safety and wellbeing news.
West is best for customers using new container service
Bristol Port’s container ship operations received a boost after a new gateway to Europe was established for customers that avoids congested South East ports.
Fighting fit: pumped staff praise 'mint' new 24-7 gym
Bristol Port’s brand new Western Stevedores Gym has got the thumbs up from the first happy members to use the high-spec facility.
Senior Engineering Project Manager
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Engineering Project Manager to take the helm of Civil, Mechanical & Electrical Projects at one of the UK’s major ports.
West of England secures £3m for innovative 5G trial to boost business
The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) has secured over £3m from the Government to test how the country can seize the full benefits of 5G and help businesses harness the power of modern technology.
The Bristol Port Company Official Newsletter December 2020
As we draw towards the end of 2020, it is only natural to reflect on the past year, and in particular a year troubled by the global pandemic of Covid-19.
Rapid testing trial begins for Bristol Port Key Workers
The Bristol Port Company will be from today, the first workplace in Bristol to receive lateral flow (rapid) COVID-19 tests as part of the city’s local testing programme.
New vacancy - General Assistants
We are looking to recruit additional General Assistants.
Fire at Sims Metal Management, Avonmouth Dock
A significant cargo fire incident has occurred at Sims Metal Management (5th October 2020) Avon Fire and Rescue Service are at the scene. There are no casualties or damage to infrastructure.
New Bristol Port Steel Terminal - Building for the future to meet shippers’ needs
Amid a decline in infrastructure investment during the COVID-19 crisis, Bristol Port was proud to buck the trend by pressing ahead with the building of a multi-million-pound steel handling facility at Royal Portbury Dock.