Forth Bridge Stevedoring Ltd. was incorporated in 1999 after East Ness Pier, Inverkeithing was developed into a berth capable of handling cargo ships. East Ness Pier is well positioned for receiving ships from Scandinavia and Northern Europe and as a result it was initially used for importing sawn timber.
In 2005 the site came under the full ownership and control of the current management team, and since then has handled a wide variety of raw materials for the building, farming, glass making and energy industries. A 1,200m2 TASCC approved storage shed was built in 2012 to accommodate weather sensitive material being imported from Ireland.
2015 has seen further expansion with FBS opening another port facility on the Clyde trading as Clydebank Port Services Ltd. CPS offers existing and new clients a West coast port for the same level of personal service and an increase in options for all involved.
Forth Bridge Stevedoring Ltd has built a reputation for providing a flexible and efficient service to our clients, based around their requirements. Our workforce and subcontractors take a great deal of pride in turning ships and hauliers around as fast as possible, helping our clients to achieve savings on transportation.