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New vacancy - Software Developer

We are seeking to expand our current IT Development Team with the recruitment of an experienced Front-End Developer.  Duties will primarily be focused on supporting and developing the Port’s web infrastructure and applications, specifically the Angular

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.

HRH The Princess Royal visits Bristol Port

HRH, The Princess Royal paid a socially distanced visit to The Bristol Port Company  to meet key workers who have continued to keep the nation supplied during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Bristol Port Company Official Newsletter June 2020

As the world begins to return to a new normal, we are pleased to be able to bring you this newsletter.

In safe hands: the 2.3MW turbine destined to power 1,100 Cornish homes

Bristol Port’s agility in handling project cargo came to the fore again this month as a flurry of turbine parts arrived destined for a new wind farm in Cornwall.

Bristol docker dedicates NHS charity single to key worker “saviours and grafters”

A Bristol Port docker is releasing a charity single for the NHS in tribute to key worker “saviours and grafters”.

Spencer Flay operates cranes at the Port but also has a growing fanbase around the world as a singer songwriter.

Bristol Port’s herogram for the NHS

An NHS herogram visible from space via satellite imagery has been carved into the waters of the Bristol Channel.

Fire on port equipment, 28th March 2020

This evening (28th March 2020) whilst loading a ship, a piece of loading equipment caught fire.  There were no casualties and the fire brigade have now closed the incident. We are most grateful as always to the professionalism and speed of the Avon Fir

Roll up, roll up: Bristol Port ramp up operations

Bulk buying, fighting in supermarkets aisles, stealing from hotels, inflated sales on eBay, hashtag challenges on social media, even people making it themselves – the humble loo roll has become an unlikely symbol of the Coronavirus crisis.

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