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PD Ports is investing about £10m in new cranes for its operation at Teesport.
PD Ports has acquired Groveport, the 190-acre inland port on the River Trent in North Lincolnshire, for undisclosed terms.
PD Ports and SSI UK are looking to create up to 30 new jobs at their Teesport-based steel slab exporting facility.
PD Ports is to build a £3m rail terminal at Teesport to enable Freightliner to switch operations from Wilton.
PD Ports is looking to recruit 12 additional workers at South Killingholme in North Lincolnshire.
PD Ports is in talks with a number of companies interested in developing wind turbine manufacturing facilities in Hartlepool, which could create 1,500 jobs.
PD Ports is to create more than 50 new jobs at the ports of Tees and Hartlepool, in order to cope with the return of steelmaking to Redcar.
PD Ports is planning to invest up to £29m in the expansion of its container handling facilities on Teesside.
PD Ports, the operator of Teesport, is to be acquired by Brookfield Asset Management of Canada for a nominal sum, as part of a recapitalisation by owner Babcock & Brown Infrastructure.
PD Ports has reached agreement with Tesco to set up a £50m import centre at Tees Dock, with the creation of 800 jobs over the next two years.
PD Ports has won government approval to build a £300m deep-sea container terminal at Teesport by 2011, which could lead to the creation of up to 5,500 jobs.
PD Ports has unveiled plans to develop a £50m regional import centre at Tees Dock in Redcar, with the creation of more than 800 jobs.
PD Ports has sold H&L Garages, its Mercedes Benz truck dealership with 300 staff at branches in Killingholme, York, Boston, Grantham, Lincoln and Hull, to a management team.
PD Ports has submitted plans to Redcar & Cleveland Council for the development of a £300m deep sea container terminal on Teesside, which could lead to the creation of up to 7,000 jobs.
PD Ports, the operator of Teesport and the port of Hartlepool, has accepted a £246m takeover offer from Endeavour Ports of Australia.
PD Ports is seeking government support for its plan to build a £250m deep-sea container terminal on the south bank of the Tees, in order to relieve the congestion at ports in the south.
PD Ports has announced that up to 450 jobs will be created at Teesport with the development of a £30m import and distribution centre for an unnamed international retailer.
PD Ports is in discussions with a "major international retailer" about plans to build an import centre at the Tees Dock estate.
PD Ports, the owner of deep-water ports including Tees and Hartlepool, is expected to be acquired by Collins Stewart for up to £500m.