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We are delighted to launch our Annual Review for the financial year 2020/21. Due to the onset of Covid 19, this was a particularly challenging year for us and the wider economy, but we are proud of how we weathered the storm and came out the other side even stronger. A digital version of the Annual Review can be found Read more...
April 20, 2022

Launch of Annual Review 2020/21

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A major jobs boost has been announced for Montrose as plans for a new quayside manufacturing facility at the town’s port were unveiled by a leading North-east business. Aberdeen-based Balmoral Comtec has agreed to invest a seven-figure sum to create an advanced composites manufacturing facility on the quayside at Montrose Port where large scale components for the offshore energy sector Read more...
March 16, 2022

Balmoral brings jobs boost to Montrose with new quayside facility

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There is currently a pandemic of a novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) which is affecting the UK among other countries. This situation has been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health Organization Emergency Committee, under the International Health Regulations. A Maritime Declaration of Health (MDH) is required for all vessels on arrival from a foreign port. However, Read more...
May 15, 2020


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Montrose Port Authority is seeking to make an appointment of one non-executive member to its Board. Individuals with an interest in public service are sought to fill the vacancy. Montrose is a Trust Port which differs from company or local authority owned ports by its constitution and powers. All port investments are funded from trading revenues supplemented by commercial borrowings. Read more...
March 8, 2020

Appointments to Board

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By all accounts there must have been more people at the harbour than for many a day when the London “beat-the-strike” vessel Velazquez sailed for Grimsby for dry docking. Estimates of upwards of 300 bystanders were reported in the vicinity of the Wet Dock when she eased through the narrow entrance. The crew had made many friends in the town Read more...
October 2, 2019

Great Occasions

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