A selection of videos showcasing the port's wide range of capabilities can be found below;
Your first port of call for offshore renewables
Port of Sunderland is situated on an excellent location on the North East Coast of the UK, and is ideally situated to play a key role in the future offshore wind farm development zones such as Dogger Bank and Hornsea.
Overview of river berths and docks
Port of Sunderland - your first port of call
Watch our short animation and see what Port of Sunderland can do for you.
Port of Sunderland's ro-ro ramp in use
Working alongside Centrica, Enship/Clarksons and Mammoet, Port of Sunderland took delivery of a heavy lift offshore crane to be stored within the port. The operation saw the Greenwells Quay heavy lift crane pad and heavy weight ro-ro ramp utilised over three days so as to allow 556 tonne of crane parts (the largest individual part being 250 tonne) to be driven up the ramp from a barge to the storage area.
Liebherr LHM420 lifts vessel bridge
Working in partnership with A&P Group, Port of Sunderland facilitated the lift of a vessel bridge using a Liebherr LHM420 crane.
Liebherr exporting five of its Reachstacker (LRS 545) cranes to an overseas customer via the port. The cranes were driven from the Liebherr plant to the port in the early hours of the morning before being prepared for transit.
NKT Victoria un-spooling project
Brave Tern's arrival
The Brave Tern, an offshore supply ship returned to Port of Sunderland in March 2020. Her carrying capacity is 9033 t DWT and her length overall is 131.73 metres and a width of 39 metres.