The location of the port you use makes a huge difference, both in terms of time and cost and avoiding unnecessary delays. That’s why at Peel Ports Dublin we understand the pressures cargo owners, logistics operators and shipping lines contend with and have developed our offering to meet your needs.
Partnering with Peel Ports Dublin can connect you with the rest of the world very quickly. We have a number of short-sea connections with ports in Central Europe and Irish Sea as well as feeder services connecting us with the Far East, India and South America.
We pride ourselves in forging excellent relationships with all our stakeholders, whilst offering bespoke solutions to our customers to meet their business requirements.
We offer a full range of depot services for dry, refrigerated and specialist equipment. These range from inspection and grading to CSC plating and steam cleaning. We also have refrigerated equipment and offer pre-trip inspection along with electricity plug ins.
At the Port of Dublin we have 24/7 security for import and export. We also have traffic Security staff supported by Port Police. You can rest assured that the Port of Dublin is Ireland’s most secure port.
At the Port of Dublin we have a team of highly trained and experienced professionals to load and unload your cargo. You will benefit from their port knowledge and experience in handling a wide range of commodities through the port.
With all containers converging on ports to be loaded on ships, terminals have been suggested as the most logical point in the supply chain to weigh boxes. The Port of Dublin has undertaken a lengthy consultation process with the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and its customers to develop a system that will help avoid potential export disruption for exporters. The Port of Dublin has the ability to weigh all containers as part of an in-process weighing scheme, which will not impact on productivity.
At the Port of Dublin, when it comes to containers, we tick all the right boxes for our customers. Of course we load, unload and store their goods in the safest, most efficient, most cost-effective way. But that’s only half the story. The other half involves booking systems, flexibility, repair, reliability, management and added value.