Dundee Waterfront

Dundee Port | The Port

Renewable technology industries
£92 million
Development Area
25 hectares
Job Creation

The Port of Dundee is the most northerly port owned by Forth Ports and is one of the largest economic generators in the city of Dundee. The port is strategically located on the east coast of Scotland, midway between Aberdeen and the central belt, and lies on the north side of the sheltered Firth of Tay. The port has the capacity to handle a wide range of bulk, agricultural and forest products. It is Scotland’s main agricultural hub with over 250,000 tonnes of agricultural products moving through the port annually.

The port provides inspection, repair and maintenance of jackup and semisubmersible drilling rigs and support vessels for the North Sea oil and gas industry. It is also home to Swedish giant Nynas, the world-leading manufacturer of specialty oils and bitumen products.

The port has an extensive range of facilities:

  • Storage areas
  • Warehousing
  • 150,000 tonnes of dedicated cereal shed storage capability
  • Deepwater berths
  • Heavy lift quaysides
  • 25 hectares of Development land
  • 24 hour access
  • Six working berths
  • 1600m of quayside
  • No beam or air draft restrictions

The port has been identified as one of Scotland’s top locations for renewable manufacturing by Scottish Enterprise under the National Renewables Infrastructure Plan and is within the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Renewables East Enterprise Area.





Dundee Port Development Land Stannergate Bridge Infrastructure

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