Peel Ports collaborates on sustainable infrastructure projects


Peel Ports has developed a partnership programme and secured long-term agreements with a number of industry consultants to support vital projects across its operations.

A range of companies have been selected for their expertise and will support the delivery of the port operator’s capital investment programme for up to eight years.

The programme partners include: Ramboll, Jacobs, Turner & Townsend, Currie & Brown UK, HaskoningDHV, Pell Frischmann, Tetra Tech, Tony Gee and Partners, Waterman Infrastructure & Environment and Arch Henderson.

The framework will cover specialist consultancy services, project management, and quantity surveying to support key infrastructure projects and feasibility work across all group projects and engineering operations.

The move is expected to support Peel Ports in continuing to improve its offering for customers as well as bolstering its commitment towards becoming carbon neutral by 2040.

READ: Peel Ports partners with University of Liverpool on green solutions

Throughout the last 10 years Peel Ports has invested over £1.2 billion ($1.5 billion) on sustainable infrastructure projects, with a further £600 million ($750 million) planned in the near term.

Lewis McIntyre, MD Port Services at Peel Ports, said: “I’m delighted to be able to announce the award of these strategically important agreements, which will benefit both our customers and the wider ecosystem over the years to come.

“It will allow us to improve our infrastructure across our port estate, while seeking the best innovation and sustainable solutions which will benefit the entire supply chain.

“The expertise these companies bring will be vital for our business going forward, and we look forward to growing those partnerships in the coming months,” McIntyre added.

These partnerships come a year after Peel Ports announced that it will use greener alternative fuels for straddle carriers and plant equipment across the majority of its estate.

More recently, STC INSISO announced an extension to its six-figure contract with Peel Ports for health and safety assessment.

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