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PORT USERS' ASSOCIATION

An independent body representing Teesside’s shipping industry and the interests of its members
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TEES & HARTLEPOOL
PORT USERS ASSOCIATION

The Tees and Hartlepool Port Users’ Association (THPUA) is an independent body representing Teesside’s shipping industry and the interests of its members. It exists to develop and promote the economic, efficient and effective movement of goods through the ports of Tees and Hartlepool in the interest of its members and their clients.  One of the main objectives of the THPUA is the promotion of the River Tees and its business community in order to generate and maintain cargo flows via the Ports of Tees and Hartlepool. The Association also consults, cooperates and negotiates with PD Teesport and other private and public bodies which influence shipping activities within the ports.  The THPUA exchanges information and coordinates activities among its 50 members, which are mainly companies and organisations involved in port operations, oil, chemical and steel support and logistics related services. Collectively, the THPUA members provide a wide cross section of river activities including cargo handling, offshore, ship repair and private wharves, as well as the support services associated with a major port operation. 

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RECENT NEWS

THPUA and ICS team victorious in Charity Cricket Day
The annual cricket match between PD Ports and THPUA / ICS returned for the first time since 2019 and saw the port users team achieve an overdue victory, coming out on top by 234 runs to 59.
THPUA releases a statement in support of seafarers
As a result of recent unprecedented events and new challenges affecting the world today, the Tees and Hartlepool Port Users Association (THPUA) has issued a statement to illustrate its support of seafarers across the globe and the organisations that support them.
Tees shipping community flies flag for mental health and diversity
Maritime UK, the umbrella body for the maritime sector, celebrates the THPUA and leading North-East maritime businesses committing to shifting the dial on mental health provisions and gender equality across their organisations.

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