Country: UK | Sector: Sea ports | Acquisition Date: December 2006
Peel Ports is Britain's second largest group of ports, comprised of the Port of Liverpool, Manchester Ship Canal, Medway Port in the South East of England, Heysham Port in Lancashire, Clydeport in West Scotland, and two container terminals in Dublin and Belfast, Ireland. Peel Ports also operates a small shipping line business, which predominantly focuses on the Irish sea trade. Peel Ports has a broad geographical footprint in the British Isles, South East and North West of England, the West of Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and Eire. Peel Ports handles a well-diversified mixture of revenue by cargo type, including, for example, coal, grain, animal feed, scrap metal for recycling, and cars.
Country: Australia | Sector: Sea ports | Acquisition Date: May 1996
Victoria's second largest port and premier regional gateway to shipping, import and export clients.
GeelongPort is the largest regional port in Victoria and continues to experience stable trade growth. Clients are able to take advantage of a broad range of port, ship and wharf-side services, with multiple stevedoring businesses operating within GeelongPort.
A strategic partnership with Patrick Stevedoring, combined with continued infrastructure development and unsurpassed logistics support, provides the flexibility of a seamless, cost-effective supply chain, something more and more clients are demanding.
Country: Germany | Sector: Sea ports | Acquisition Date: May 2008
The company "Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft mbH" (LHG) runs the public ports of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck and is Germany's largest port operator in the Baltic Sea. The Ports of Lübeck are the farthermost south-western transhipment hub located in the Baltic Sea, They act as the central turntable for the traffic between the traditional economical metropolis in west- and central Europe and the fast developing economical region of the Baltic Sea. Their location, combined with excellent hinterland connections via a three lane auto motorway and railroad, give these ports a competitive advantage. LHG operates Skandinavienkai, Nordlandkai, Seelandkai and Schlutup ports, with a total area of 155 hectares and 24 berths.