Make us your first port of call. Boughey and Peel Ports.
With 40 mil tonnes of cargo arriving into Liverpool Port each year, Boughey Distribution is taking the opportunity to work closely with Peel Ports Group, which own Liverpool Port, to ensure the Port's customers are offered an attractive deal for their products' onward journey. Boughey's site at Wardle, Cheshire is less than an hour's journey from Liverpool Port and ideally situated for the motorway network.
Liverpool Port was the first wet dock port in the world, designed in 1709 by Thomas Steers. George's Dock was built in 1875 and Liverpool was known as the Gateway to the British Empire. In 1910 it was the main sugar port and it was even visited by Winston Churchill in 1945. The Port houses the Royal Seaforth Container Terminal and by 2015 the new Liverpool Two will be completed, expanding the port into the next period of its life.
Commented Iain Lochrie, Sales and Marketing Manager for Boughey: We are delighted to be working closely with Peel Ports. We have warehousing for 113,000 pallets positioned close to Liverpool Port, so our collaboration with the company makes good business sense. In addition, the plans for the new port are very exciting and we are looking forward to offering our complete onward service to even more customers.