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Forth Ports celebrates award win at Logistics Awards 2018

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On 20 September, Forth Ports Limited, one of the UK’s largest port groups, won the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) award at the Logistics Awards 2018, held in London.

The independent awards celebrate logistics industry excellence across a range of areas with Forth Ports being praised by the panel for their many community projects and skills development in the UK. Across the business, corporate social responsibility is key and is part of the commitment to the legacy the ports have with their communities.


Forth Ports supports a number of community projects across its locations around the UK, including Tilbury in London and Grangemouth, Leith, Rosyth and Dundee in Scotland.  The business has a strong commitment to community engagement and building networks within its own workforce and with local people.


Chief Operating Officer at Forth Ports commented on the award win, stating: “This is a fantastic accolade for Forth Ports to win and we thank the Logistics Awards for recognising all the work that we do. We are proud to receive this award on behalf of the many people across our business who work hard to ensure that the local communities feel part of what we do. We are thrilled to have won this award particularly as we also celebrate our 50th anniversary as a group this year.”


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