Conventional & Bulk cargo
The Port of Tyne is internationally renowned as a handler of energy products as well as handling other cargoes such as grain, steel and scrap metal.
The Port of Tyne is recognised as one of the most versatile and efficient car handling terminals in the country and currently exports more vehicles than any other UK port.
Cruise & Ferries
The Port operates the Port of Tyne International Passenger Terminal on the north side of the river, which provides both a port of call and turnaround (start and finish) port for cruise vessels and a regular ferry service to Amsterdam.
The Port of Tyne's logistics operation offers customers a one-stop-shop for integrated shipping, storage and distribution activities.
The Port's land and property portfolio covers over 250 hectares and includes commercial premises, ranging from office accomodation and commercial units to industrial sites, all within the boundary of the secure port estate.
Marine & Environmental services
The Port of Tyne is responsible for the safe navigation of vessels on the river and three miles out to sea. Within Port limits, it oversees and monitors shipping movements 24 hours a day.