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January 19, 2022

Port looks to the future with collaborative sustainability art project

The port, supported by Portsmouth City Council’s Energy Services team B4T, are working with Aspex, artist Peter Driver and The Flying Bull Academy on a collaborative artwork focusing on sustainability.
Scarlet Lady
January 13, 2022

More great journeys set to begin in Portsmouth this year

The port's Initial cruise schedule for 2022 has been released, which sees an impressive number of maiden calls from both new cruise lines, and ships.
Voi scooters at the port
January 12, 2022

Port ready to dock and roll with installation of new e-scooter docking station

The port has continued its drive towards a sustainable future as they take part in a city-wide rental e-scooter trial, alongside offering electric vehicle charging options for passengers and staff.
Lorry leaving the port
January 7, 2022

Advice on Goods Movement References

HMRC has shared advice on common errors made when creating Goods Movement References (GMRs).
Port Update
December 22, 2021

Bids open for vessel

We are open to bids for the vessel “Sunny Beach” located at The Camber.
Port Update
October 13, 2021

Reaction to UK container congestion issues

Regional ports around the UK can be part of the solution to the current congestion problem we’re seeing at the moment.
Portsmouth sign
October 12, 2021

Portsmouth International Port sets course for shore power

Portsmouth City Council's cabinet have approved a strategy for shore power provision at Portsmouth International Port.
Scarlet Lady at Portsmouth
October 6, 2021

A multi million pound boost forecast following record breaking year for cruise at Portsmouth

2021 is set to become the most successful in Portsmouth International Port’s history for cruise operations, with a record number of days alongside, maiden calls, and forecast economic growth for the city.
UK car sticker
September 30, 2021

End of the road for GB stickers

British motorists driving outside the UK must now remove old-style GB stickers, or cover them up. Instead, they should display a UK sticker.
Plaque unveiling
September 27, 2021

Engineering achievement at the port marked with ceremonial naming

The multi-million pound berth extension means the port can now manage larger ships, including Virgin Voyages' Scarlet Lady.
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