Inchgreen is a first class multi-modal port located on the firth of Clyde with road and sea access. It offers a wide-range of development opportunities and has been identified in the National Renewables Infrastructure Plan (NRIP) as a potential offshore renewables site.
The site comprises of one of Europe’s largest dry dock facilities, a repair quay and extensive land suitable for development.
It offers infrastructure that enables efficient logistics and is ideally suited to:
The site also boasts immediate links to Peel Ports purpose built container facilities at Greenock Ocean Terminal, two miles West.
|Operational dry dock, berthing quay and adjoining land with road and sea access||One of Scotland’s largest dry docks, 305m long x 45m wide|
|Repair quay, 390m long, with a minimum water depth of 7.5m, capable of increasing to a dredged depth of 9m||Berthage and direct access to the deep water channel in the Firth of Clyde|
|Existing warehouse space 27,000 sq ft of space available for use||Facilities suitable for a variety of uses in addition to established uses of ship repairing marine construction|
|Flexible lease terms||Local engineering and waste handling services and expertise|
|Proximity to scrap flows for recycling and onward sale||Availability of lay up areas nearby at Loch Striven and Firth of Clyde anchorages|
Source Peel Ports website