appointment to the board

Operations Director – appointment

Statement from Nik Scott-Gray, Montrose Port Authority CEO: I am delighted to advise that with immediate effect, Tom Hutchison will – in addition to his Harbour Master responsibilities -take the additional role of Operations Director. This will enable him to run the Port on an interim basis after my departure in June. I’m sure you will agree that a familiar …

Montrose port authority

Statement from the Board of Trustees of Montrose Port Authority

As a result of accepting the position of General Manager with Port of Dover Cargo, our Chief Executive, Nik Scott-Gray, will be stepping down from his current role in June of this year. During his four years with MPA, Nik has restructured the operation and overseen a period of substantial growth and investment in the Port’s infrastructure. As a result …

Offshore Wind Market Delivers Success for Montrose Port Authority

Offshore Wind Market Delivers Success for Montrose Port Authority

Montrose Port Authority, a leading support and service hub for the energy industry, has heralded a new era of capabilities, supporting its first project within the offshore renewable sector. In association with NorSea Group (UK) Ltd, a subsidiary of the leading Norwegian logistics company NorSea Group AS, the Port is participating in the pioneering Hywind Scotland offshore wind project. The …

WORLD WAR ONE VETERAN WAS BUILT TO LAST

WORLD WAR ONE VETERAN WAS BUILT TO LAST

This month, MPA archivist, John Aitken charts the 104-year history of a Montrose-built steam tug. Due to undergo partial re-tubing of her boiler in Liverpool docklands is the Montrose-built steam tug Kerne. Launched from the Waterside yard of The Montrose Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. in late December, 1912 as the Viking, she was taken up by the Admiralty the following year …

NOTICE TO MARINERS NO. 8 – 2018

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

“Montrose Port Authority wish to draw residents’ attention to further installation works being undertaken by Farrans Construction, which will include piling operations. This work will be commencing on Monday 17th December 2018 at 0800hrs for 1 week, with works completing each evening at 1830hrs. The work will continue for the duration of the week, finishing at 1830hrs on Friday 21st …