Port of Waterford serves as the cargo gateway to Ireland’s South East Region and further afield. The main centre of operations is at Belview on the River Suir, 8km downstream from Waterford City.The Port of Waterford is one of five ports of national significance in the Republic of Ireland.The Belview facility is modern efficient terminal with handling bulk, break-bulk and project cargoes. It is served by:• National rail link running through the port• motorway connections to the rest of Ireland• operating 24 hours a day, over 7 daysThe Port operates under the ISPS Code. There is substantial laydown and marshalling areas available as well as significant storage capacity nearbyIt is connected by road and rail to a national transport system that can get your goods to their destination in a prompt and efficient manner.
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