Categories: Barrow-In-FurnessPublished On: 04.05.2020237 words1.2 min read

The south-west Cumbrian Port of Barrow plays a key role in serving the offshore energy industry in the region described as Britain’s “energy coast”. The port has 15ha of secure open storage and is the site of BAE Systems’ submarine design and manufacturing facility. Throughout our network of 21 ports around Britain, our expert and highly-trained teams are ready to work in partnership to deliver the solutions your business needs.

Backed by a programme of ongoing investment, our ports provide leading facilities and equipment, operated by our expert teams who can safely and efficiently handle a wide variety of different cargoes.

The Port of Barrow is Cumbria’s Gateway to growth, serving local industry and manufacturing, facilitating maritime trade and hosting world-class shipbuilding.

As well as garnering a global reputation as the centre for the Royal Navy’s submarine manufacturing operation at BAE Systems, for more than 25 years, the Port of Barrow has also provided world-class marine engineering services to customers in the offshore energy sector.

110,000 tonnes of cargo are handled by the Port of Barrow team each year, comprising an array of different products including limestone, sand, aggregates, granite, woodpulp and even gas condensate. Heavy lift projects are also routinely and efficiently carried out to support the offshore energy sector.

The port has a team dedicated to safely delivering the highest standards of customer service, ready to work in partnership to help our customers’ businesses to grow.