We are the port of choice for key oil and gas suppliers, and the growing offshore renewables and decommissioning sectors. In addition we are a logistics hub for our traditional general cargo imports and exports.
Based on the East Coast of Scotland, Montrose Port Authority is a thriving support and service hub for the North Sea energy and shipping industries.
Established in 1493, Montrose Port has developed over the centuries to establish its reputation as a leading centre of international trade and distribution throughout Scotland and northern England. We are known for our flexible approach. Through our port stakeholders we offer a broad range of port related services including agency, stevedoring, storage and bunkering.
Offering around 1000 metres of quayside on both the north and south side of the Harbour, Montrose Port provides a sheltered haven almost half a mile long. Port facilities include water berths to a depth of 8m, 130,000m2 of open storage, 42,000m2 warehousing and over 2,000m2 of office space.
Montrose Port Authority has operated as a Trust port for nearly 200 years. In that time, the Trust Board has used its wide range of knowledge and experience to steer the management and development of the Port into the 21st century Port we see today.
The port of choice for oil and gas suppliers, and the growing offshore renewables and decommissioning sectors, Montrose Port Authority takes pride in its flexible approach. We handle all types of cargo with efficiency and the minimum of delay.
Operations Director - appointment
Statement from Nik Scott-Gray, Montrose Port Authority CEO: I am delighted to advise that with immediate effect, Tom Hutchison will…
Start of a grand plan
This month, Port archivist, John Aitken recounts the history of Montrose’s dry dock…
Statement from the Board
Chief Executive, Nik Scott-Gray, will be stepping down from his current role in June of this year...