Grangemouth port celebrates 50th anniversary

Grangemouth port celebrates 50th anniversary

This weekend (7 May) Scotland’s largest port, Grangemouth, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a rebrand.

The port, along with all the Scottish operations of Forth Ports, are getting a fresh look which will see new designs by Blood Creative across all signage, livery, containers and stationary.

Since the ports first container vessel called at the port, in 1966, the port has seen significant growth and now handles more than £6bn worth of goods each year including spirits, food, steel plate, timber, paper and equipment for the oil and gas industry.

Commenting on the golden anniversary, Charles Hammond, Group CEO of Forth Ports said: “We are excited about reaching this significant milestone in the history of the port. 2

“Over the past 50 years the port has changed and adapted to the changing needs of our customers and we are now Scotland’s largest container port and makes a major contribution to the economy of Scotland. We look forward to continuing to play our part for Scotland in the next 50 years!”