Photo 1 – Mr Bill Reeves, CEO of Portland Port and Mr Slawomir Kalicki, the Group President of Inter Marine UK Ltd.
On 9th January 2018, Portland Port were pleased to officially sign lease documents with Inter Marine UK Limited, who will now have their UK headquarters based in the port estate.
The Inter Marine Group has been established since 1990; they have created a modern, international and market-competitive group of companies which cover marine engineering, international trade, employment agency and shipping services.
The services they will be offering from Portland, include fabrication packages from hull repairs to deck and tank renewals, they have extensive experience in commercial shipbuilding and can offer complete project management packages. Inter Marine also specialise in pipe work system design, installation and upgrade, mechanical services, aluminium welding and fabrication of superstructures as well as galley and electric upgrades.
Mr Bill Reeves, the CEO of Portland Port said “It is great news for Portland Port and the local economy that Inter Marine Group have decided to base their UK headquarters on Portland. There are exciting new job opportunities being offered by Inter Marine, with more to come as they become established. We wish Inter Marine every success with their new venture and look forward to a long productive working relationship with them.”
Mr Slawomir Kalicki, Group President of Inter Marine said: “Opening a production facility in Portland Port is a milestone in the development of our company. We have no doubts it will be a successful project, not only for our company, but also for Portland Port and the local community. We have made substantial investments in brand new, top class machinery to serve the most demanding needs for all kinds of shipyard and ship repair services: fabrication, construction, maintenance and newbuilding. Our aim is to cater for the needs of customers in the maritime industry as well as for those looking for the civil engineering solutions. We expect our facility to be fully operational in March 2018.”
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Portland Harbour Authority invite interested parties to a drop-in session to find out more about our plans to apply to Defra for a fisheries order legally known as a Several Order. Several Orders are granted for setting up or improving private shellfisheries and in this case will relate to crustaceans and molluscs. In securing the Order the harbour authority’s policy is one of “being supportive of improving the cultivation/ management of the fishery but in doing so it must be mindful of the activities of the harbour’s existing users and the environment.”
Admin: 13th Sep 2018 08:58:00