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Maritime & Logistics
Liverpool has always been a gateway. Our geography and natural assets have shaped commercial and cultural life here for centuries. Our role in the national and global economy has never been more relevant as international manufacturers make the most of our global links to reach customers and suppliers all over the world.
One of the biggest opportunities for businesses in Liverpool is access to a new ports and logistics infrastructure. Liverpool offers a highly integrated cluster of modern logistics assets and expertise. These assets are delivering faster, greener global market access for companies that are moving goods to and from northern UK and Ireland via an enlarged post-Panamax container port at Liverpool.
More than £1 billion invested in new intermodal ports and logistics infrastructure
10 motorways, within 10 miles and 10 rail-linked terminals
35 million people live closer to Liverpool than southern ports
Lower cost development land and warehouses
The cost of land and property in Liverpool is extremely competitive here and operating costs are among the most favourable in the UK. Liverpool has a breadth of available sites and specialist facilities ideally suited to modern logistics needs.
Latest Maritime & Logistics news
Liverpool bids to be £7.4m net zero maritime hub
Liverpool could become the key hub for research into the decarbonisation of the UK’s £116bn maritime sector.
Peel Ports commits £600m to infrastructure projects
Source: LBN News Port of Liverpool owner Peel Ports Group appoints multiple firms to help it deliver infrastructure projects worth up to £600m. As well as the Port of Liverpool, Peel Ports owns and operates facilities at Heysham, Manchester Ship Canal, London Medway, Clydeport, Great Yarmouth and a container terminal in Dublin. In March it acquired […]
Port of Liverpool ranked as UK’s top port for port-centric logistics potential
The Port of Liverpool has been ranked as the UK’s top port for port-centric logistics potential in a new industry study.
Liverpool City Region Freeport officially open for business as Mayor pledges to use status as a “force for good”
The Liverpool City Region Freeport is officially open for business after Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Michael Gove approved its full business case.
Logistics firm in £1m expansion at Port of Liverpool
Logistics business SCH has agreed a multi-year lease with Peel Ports Group to increase its footprint by 25% at the Port of Liverpool.
Liverpool City Region Export Plan sets out ambitious target to grow exports to £11.8bn by 2030
Liverpool City Region Export Plan sets out ambitious target to grow exports to £11.8bn by 2030.
Liverpool’s Bibby Line Group wins new support for net zero vessels
Historic Liverpool business Bibby Line Group will continue its mission to build a new generation of net zero carbon ships after securing fresh Government support.