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Aggregate Industries

Aggregate Industries is at the frontline of the construction and infrastructure industries, producing and supplying an array of construction materials. With more than 330 sites and over 4,100 dedicated employees, it is home to everything from aggregates, asphalt, ready-mixed concrete and precast concrete products. It also produces, imports and supplies materials for cement and has national road surfacing and contracting services. It offers a full range of products which will help its customers work sustainably, safely, professionally and profitably.

Aggregate Industries is a member of the global building materials and solutions company LafargeHolcim, which has 90,000 employees in over 80 countries. Certified with The Responsible Source™, thanks to its continued innovation and investment, the company offers a varied portfolio of sustainable solutions that complement its typically traditional products.

With operations in the centre of London and the Thames Gateway areas, Aggregate Industries is well placed to serve construction projects at the heart of the nation. Through its London-based ready-mixed concrete business London Concrete, it has supplied construction projects such as the Shard, the Olympic Park and Crossrail.

As a quarrying company, Aggregate Industries owns sites across the UK and has major operations in Scotland, the East Midlands and Somerset, from which it moves construction aggregates across the country and to London by ship and rail.

The company operates the world’s largest self-discharging aggregate carriers, which carry up to 97,000 tonnes. Along the Thames, it operates a fleet of tugs and barges through Bennett’s Barges.

Bennett’s Barges transports hundreds of thousands of tonnes of aggregate products from the Isle of Grain depot to its Thames customers, saving more than six million lorry miles each year. It has a reputation for taking on the South East’s most technically complicated maritime projects. In 2012, Bennett’s Barges was at the forefront of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee pageant. The specially refitted tug Stephen B and barge Ursula Katherine underwent extensive redesign to carry the floating belfry containing the eight Jubilee Bells.

In 2018, Bennett’s Barges welcomed a fleet of eight new Tideway class barges to the River Thames, adding over 11,000 tonnes of capacity. It also continued work on the Thames Tideway Tunnel project, where it is scheduled to remove 800,000 tonnes of spoil produced from the tunnelling process via the Thames. This will eventually mean there will approximately be 34,000 fewer vehicle movements on London’s roads.

Aggregate Industries is committed to use of the river for transporting freight through the capital without adding to road use, helping to reduce carbon emissions for a cleaner environment in the capital - compared to an HGV, barge use produces up to 90% less CO2. Away from the rivers and canals, aggregates are transported by rail wherever possible into depots and terminals, hauled by energy- efficient locomotives.

Aggregate Industries is looking to work on future London development projects that are committed to using the waterways.

Aggregate Industries (UK) Ltd
(c/o North Kent Roadstone Ltd)

Robins Wharf
Northfleet
Grove Road, Northfleet, Kent DA11 9AX
Tel: (01474) 330420
www.aggregate-uk.com

Contact
Michael Harwood
Email: michael.harwood@aggregate.com
Tel: (01474) 330420
Map reference 45

Berths
1.

Length
Ships/barges up to 100 metres length.

Depth of Water
9.01 metres MHWS
(2.6 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Open Storage.

Access
Close connection to A2 and M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Aggregates and Bulk Aggregate Products.
Discharge by grab at 200 tph or self-discharging at 800 tph.
7 day week working berth.
Onward transportation arranged.

Archer Daniels Midland Erith Ltd
ADM Erith Ltd

Erith
Church Manorway, Erith, Kent DA8 1DE
Tel: (01322) 443000
www.admworld.com

Contact
Derek Humphrey
Tel: (01322) 443000
Map reference 29

Berths
2.
Outside Berth
Rapeseed discharge, Vegetable Oil discharge/outloading.
Inside Berth
Rapeseed Meal outloading.

Length
Outside Berth
121 metres (including dolphin).
Inside Berth
56 metres (accommodate vessels up to 85 metres).

Depth of Water
Outside Berth
13.58 metres MHWS
(6.8 metres at Chart Datum).
Inside Berth
9.18 metres MHWS
(2.4 metres at Chart Datum).

Access
A2 and M25.

Specialisation
Oilseed processors and vegetable oil
refiner.
Able to handle both crude and refined
vegetable oils

Brett Aggregates

More than one million tonnes of sea-dredged aggregates from specific areas of the North Sea, the mid-Channel and off the southern UK coast around the Isle of Wight are landed each year at Alpha Jetty, Brett Aggregates’ main terminal in the Port of London.

Rail and river export accounts for the onward transit of more than 40% of Brett’s output from the terminal, with several trains departing every day.

An onsite block-making plant utilises imported aggregates to produce a number of concrete products for Brett Landscaping and Building Products.

The site has very significant capacity for receipt of spoil from construction projects and is able to receive imported spoil by river and by rail. Imported spoil is used to build a bird reserve in a partnership project with the RSPB.

Brett Aggregates also has terminals at Northfleet, Ridham, Whitstable and Ramsgate, and other facilities outside the Thames Estuary, all of which handle bulk materials including minerals, and supply goods and services into the construction industry in the South East market.

Brett will be opening a state-of-the-art concrete plant at Peruvian Wharf in 2018, which will supply the full range of high-specification concrete mixes using both primary and secondary aggregates to the local area around Silvertown and to major projects in the rapidly developing East London area.

The Peruvian site enables these aggregates to be delivered to the point of concrete production sustainably by river and without moving aggregates by road, reducing the carbon footprint of the concrete produced and helping to reduce pollution and congestion on London’s roads, while delivering the critical construction materials for development and regeneration.

Brett Aggregates Ltd
North Sea Terminal

Cliffe
North Sea Terminal, Salt Lane,
Cliffe, Kent ME3 7SX
Tel: (01634) 220631
www.brett.co.uk

Contact
Paris Miller, Logistics Manager
E-mail: paris.miller@brett.co.uk
Tel: (01634) 223064
Map reference 52

Berths
1.

Length
149 metres.

Depth of Water
11.4 metres MHWS
(5.2 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Open Storage with access to rail head facility.

Access
A2/M2/M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Sea-Dredged Aggregates.
Other cargoes could be accommodated.
Barge load-out facility.

Brett Aggregates Ltd
Northfleet

Grove Road, Northfleet, Kent DA11 9AX
Tel: (01474) 536043
www.brett.co.uk

Contact
Paris Miller, Logistics Manager
Email: paris.miller@brett.co.uk
Tel: (01634) 223064
Map reference 48

Berths
1.

Length
Ships/barges up to 100 metres length.

Depth of Water
9.01 metres MHWS
(2.6 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Open Storage.

Access
Close connection to A2 and M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited approval.

Specialisation
Sea-Dredged Aggregates.

Brett Aggregates Ltd
Peruvian Wharf

Tel: (0117) 960 6294

www.brett.co.uk

Contact
Jonathan Akehurst, Business Development Manager
Email: jonathan.akehurst@brett.co.uk
Tel: (0117) 960 6294
Map reference 11

Berths
1 - NAABSA designated Length 95 metres.

Depth of Water
6.25 metres above Chart Datum at MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
Open Storage available.

Access
Via North Woolwich Road/ Silvertown Way and Dock Road, Silvertown

Specialisation
Import of aggregates via receipt hopper and conveyor. Also barge transfer of aggregates.

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CEMEX UK

CEMEX is a global building materials solutions company with leading market positions in aggregates, cement and readymixed concrete. Its London terminals, including a plant at the Port of Tilbury, supply many major construction projects in South East England.

The company operates four wharves on the river. It supplies several of its concrete plants with aggregates by river barges, reducing lorry deliveries into central London. Materials are supplied by barge to the CEMEX Fulham site for use in the onsite concrete plant, as well as to other CEMEX customers along the river, while Northfleet Wharf, Dagenham and Angerstein Wharf handle imports of sea-dredged aggregates from CEMEX UK Marine.

In 2018, the company announced its investment in CEMEX Go Innovation, which will be the first in the next generation of environmentally designed dredgers.

The vessel has been designed to deliver major environmental savings while ensuring safety, high performance and sustainability. Due to be delivered from the Damen Shipyards Galati yard in Romania in late 2019, the dredger will have a 25% increased capacity, nearly double the dredging depth and a discharge rate increase of 20% compared to today’s equivalent.

A joint venture investment between the PLA and CEMEX has created new facilities and higher capacity at the company’s Northfleet Wharf. Some £3 million has been invested in the jetty and site, where aggregates are discharged by pipe, dried out on land and then barged upriver to construction sites.

The CEMEX concrete products factory at Northfleet produces a wide range of block paving, concrete blocks and bricks. The multipurpose facility is CEMEX’s largest concrete products factory in the UK, producing more than 1.5 million square metres of finished product per year. It has a prime location by the Thames which enables it to maximise both the amount of dredged raw material it can use and the amount
of material that is brought in by boat, as opposed to road.

CEMEX’s 1.2 million tonne capacity cement grinding and blending plant at the Port of Tilbury is the only cement grinding plant in South East England. As well as CEM1 Portland cement, the main product manufactured at the facility is blended cement, which incorporates by-products from other industries to make cements for use in all types of concrete applications, including housing, hospitals, schools and roads. Blended cements enable every tonne of clinker, an intermediate cement product, to go further, lessening the overall impact of manufacture and delivering a more sustainable operation.

The plant is situated directly on the quayside, with 10 metres water depth and the ability to handle ships up to 25,000 tonnes. It is well positioned to take advantage of CEMEX UK’s extensive network of London wharfs and depots, all of which are connected by river and rail to further minimise emissions and relieve the pressure on congested roads.

The high-efficiency, low-energy facility is CEMEX’s first vertical cement mill and uses 20-40% less energy than traditional horizontal mills. Building materials are being supplied to high-profile projects around the country including Crossrail and the Thames Tideway Tunnel.

CEMEX’s Dagenham wharf is the closest aggregate production facility north of the river to central London, with production capacity of 500,000 tonnes a year.

CEMEX UK Materials
Angerstein Wharf
Greenwich

CEMEX House, Coldharbour Lane,
Thorpe, Egham, Surrey TW20 8TD
Tel: (01932) 568833
www.cemex.co.uk

Contact
Wayne Strevens, Area Operations Manager for SE Region
Tel: (01788) 517000
Map reference 12

Berths
1.

Length
100 metres.
800-tonne barge facility.

Depth of Water
10.97 metres MHWS
(3.9 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Open storage.

Access
A2.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Aggregates Handling.

CEMEX UK Materials
CEMEX Dagenham
Dagenham

CEMEX House, Coldharbour Lane,
Thorpe, Egham, Surrey TW20 8TD
Tel: (01932) 568833
www.cemex.co.uk

Contact
Wayne Strevens, Area Operations Manager for SE Region
Tel: (01788) 517000
Map reference 21

Berths
1.

Length
110 metres.

Depth of Water
10.28 metres MHWS
(3.3 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Open storage.

Access
A13.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited approval.

Specialisation
Aggregates handling with conveyor loading of all suitable materials.

CEMEX UK Materials
Northfleet Wharf
Northfleet

CEMEX House, Coldharbour Lane,
Thorpe, Egham, Surrey TW20 8TD
Tel: (01932) 568833
www.cemex.co.uk

Contact
Wayne Strevens, Area Operations Manager for SE Region
Tel: (01788) 517000
Map reference 43

Berths
1 Riverside.

Length
100 metres.

Depth of Water
10.31 metres MHWS
(3.9 metres at Chart Datum).

Access
A2/M2/M25.

Discharge
27” ship to shore pipe.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited.

Specialisation
Sand and gravel discharges and processing.
Sea-Dredged Aggregates.

CEMEX UK Materials
CEMEX Fulham
Fulham

CEMEX House, Coldharbour Lane,
Thorpe, Egham, Surrey TW20 8TD
Tel: (01932) 568833
www.cemex.co.uk

Contact
Wayne Strevens, Area Operations Manager for SE Region
Tel: (01788) 517000
Map reference 3

Berths
1.

Length
46 metres.

Depth of Water
5 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
Open/Bin Storage/Silo Storage.

Access
Central London/A217.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Aggregate Handling/Concrete Production/Bulk Cement Handling.


Docklands Wharf Ltd
Barking

72-76 River Road, Barking,
Essex IG11 0DS
Tel: (020) 8594 9970
Email: docklandswharf@msn.com

Contact
Michael Duke
Tel: (020) 8594 9970
Map reference 19

Berths
1 NAABSA Berth.

Length
160 metres.

Depth of Water
5.91 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
4 Acres Open Storage.

Access
Close connection to national motorway system by upgraded A13 and A406.

Cranes
3 x 5-tonne Sennobogen.
Heavy lift crane on demand for loads of up to 300-tonne.

Equipment
50-tonne weighbridge.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Bulk Cargoes of scrap metals.
Grab discharge of bulk material.
24 hour wharf operation.


ELG Haniel Metals Ltd
Alexanders Wharf

12-14 River Road,
Barking, Essex IG11 0DG
Tel: (020) 8591 8444 or (020) 8594 7211
Fax: (020) 8594 0786
www.elg.co.uk

Contact
David Cook
Email: david.cook@elg.uk
Tel: 0771 350 5534
Map reference 16

Berths
1.

Length
40 metres

Depth of Water
5.20 metres MHWS

Cargo Accommodation
2 acre site.

Access
Half mile to national motorway system and the upgraded A13.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited approval

Specialisation
Scrap metal recycling


Euromix Concrete
Dock Entrance Wharf

Silvertown
Dock Road, Silvertown,
London E16 1AF
Tel: (020) 7473 8222 or (01245) 464545
Email: info@euromixconcrete.com
www.euromixconcrete.com

Contact
Paul Betts, General Manager
Email: paulbetts@euromixconcrete.com
Tel: (01245) 464545
Map reference 10


European Metal Recycling Ltd
Erith
Manor Road, Erith, Kent DA8 2AD
Tel: (01322) 336970 or (0845) 2661854
Email: ukinfo@emrgroup.com
www.emrgroup.com

Contact
Bob Garwood, Chief Executive Officer
E-mail: bob.garwood@emrgroup.com
Tel: (01925) 715443
Mob: (07970) 082801
Map reference 31

Berths
1 NAABSA Berth.

Length
200 metres.

Depth of Water
4.53 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
9 acres.

Access
4 miles from Dartford Crossing and short distance from A2.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
One of the world’s leading metal recyclers.
Extensive depot network and logistics capability.
A recycling service you can depend on.


Eurovia Roadstone
No.1 Western Extension

Dagenham
Dagenham Dock, Chequers Lane,
Dagenham, Essex RM9 6QD
Tel: (020) 8593 2245
www.eurovia.co.uk

Contact
Paul Warwick, Manager
Email: paul.warwick@eurovia.co.uk
Tel: (020) 8593 7666
Map reference 23

Berths
1 Riverside

Length
100 metres.

Depth of Water
5.48 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
2 x 5 acres of open storage with bulk loading by shovels.
2 x 60-tonne weighbridges.

Access
Close connection to M25 and Central London via A13 and A406.

Cranes/Capacity
1 Stothert & Pitt.
Grab discharge 3/5-tonne capacity.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Licensed to handle coal off-loading and storage of bulk cargoes such as aggregates, salt, etc.
Facility available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
NAABSA berth.


FM Conway Aggregates & Asphalt
Conway Wharf

Erith
Conway House, Vestry Road
Sevenoaks, Kent TN14 5EL
Tel: (01732) 600700
Fax: (01732) 600990
Email: enquiries@fmconway.co.uk
www.fmconway.co.uk

Contact
Tim Metcalf, Director
Email: tim.metcalf@fmconway.com
Tel: (0800) 276 1122
Mob: (07887) 642996
Map reference 30

Berths
1.
Maximum length of ship
110 metres.

Depth of Water
10 metres at MHW.

Cargo accommodation
4.2 acres.

Access
Facility 200m from Church Manor Way with access to Bronze Age Way (A2016).

Specialisation
Aggregate handling. Third party cargoes considered. Lorry access to jetty head.

Equipment
360 degree hydraulic dock crane with 500 tph ship to shore conveyor system to 8 covered aggregate holding bays.

FM Conway Ltd
Imperial Wharf
Gravesend

Conway House, Vestry Road
Sevenoaks, Kent TN14 5EL
Tel: (01732) 600700
Email: enquiries@fmconway.co.uk
www.fmconway.co.uk

Contact
Tim Metcalf, Director
Email: tim.metcalf@fmconway.co.uk
Tel: (0844) 880 9249
Mob: (07887) 642996
Map reference 50

Berths
2.
Maximum length of ship
85 metres.

Depth of Water
8.5 metres at Chart Datum.

Access
Via A2

Specialisation
General Cargo Handling.
Bulk Liquids

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Hanson

Hanson is investing over £100 million in its London-based operations with a major upgrade of the Victoria Deep Water Terminal, including development of a precast concrete factory to make tunnelling segments for the Tideway project. Investment in aggregates processing equipment at Dagenham depot was completed in 2018

Hanson operates three facilities on the Thames – a marine wharf, asphalt plant and rail depot at Dagenham; a wharf and readymixed concrete plant at Victoria Deep (Greenwich); and a wharf and ready-mixed concrete plant at Wandsworth.

Volumes of marine-dredged sand and gravel through the aggregates hub at Dagenham were flat in 2017 as the London construction market cooled a little in the wake of the Brexit vote and the ensuing political instability. Investor confidence in the commercial sector remains fragile but some large infrastructure projects such as the Thames Tideway super sewer continue to absorb large quantities of sand, gravel and limestone to make ready-mixed and precast concrete, so the future for the business remains bright.

Looking ahead construction markets in London and the South East remain flat, with a decline in commercial and office activity offset by greater demand from public-funded infrastructure and road maintenance projects.

The Thames is crucial to Hanson’s operations, enabling the company to deliver materials close to where they are needed, eliminating thousands of road miles. Around 600,000 tonnes a year of marine-dredged sand and gravel from the eastern English Channel and the North Sea are landed at Dagenham Wharf. A barge-loading facility is used for the onward transportation of sands, gravels and limestone up the Thames to the ready-mixed concrete plants at Greenwich and Wandsworth.

Rail also plays a key part in the distribution chain. Crushed limestone from the Mendips and hardstone from South Wales is imported into the Dagenham terminal to feed the site’s two asphalt plants, which make road surfacing materials for local roads, trunk routes and the motorway network. There is also a readymixed concrete plant on the site. Sand, gravel and crushed rock is exported by rail to depots at Acton, Brentford, Theale and Bow. From there it is transferred to Hanson’s network of ready-mixed concrete plants located within the M25.

The Dagenham terminal, which receives vessels 24 hours a day, also incorporates a recycling depot and a bagging facility supplying bagged aggregates to the DIY and small construction sector.

The wharf and ready-mix plant at Wandsworth continues to be busy, and is one of the key plants supplying concrete to the Tideway project.

Hanson Aggregates
Johnson’s Wharf
Greenhithe

Crossways Boulevard, Greenhithe,
Kent DA9 9AD
Tel: (01322) 386561
www.hanson.co.uk

Contact
Steve Chidgey,
East London Unit Manager
Email: Steve.Chidgey@hanson.biz
Tel: (020) 8984 4167
Mobile: 07977 261066
Map reference 40

Berths
2 Dolphins
1 dedicated to own dredgers.

Depth of Water
11.16 metres MHWS
(4.6 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Marine Aggregates only.

Access
Connection to national road system
A2/M2/M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Marine Aggregates dredging and processing.
2 Receiving hoppers and 2,000 tph discharge conveyors for self-discharging vessels.

Hanson Aggregates
Dagenham

Chequers Lane, Dagenham,
Essex RM9 6QD
Tel: (020) 984 4167
www.hanson.co.uk

Contact
Steve Chidgey,
East London Unit Manager
Email: Steve.Chidgey@hanson.biz
Tel: (020) 8984 4167
Mobile: 07977 261066
Map reference 25

Berths
1.

Length
150 metres.

Depth of Water
14.05 metres MHWS
(7.2 metres at Chart Datum).

Barge Loading Facility
4 Dolphins - approximately 25 metres in length.

Depth of Water
10.05 metres MHWS
(3.2 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Marine Aggregates plus possibility of handling other aggregates on site.

Access
Close connection to M25 via A13 and A406.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Marine Aggregates dredging and processing.
Receiving hopper and discharge conveyor 2,000 tph for self-discharging vessels.
Barge loading feeder conveyor 600 tph, for all suitable materials for home or export.

Hanson Aggregates
Victoria Deep Water Terminal

Greenwich
c/o The Weighbridge, Tunnel Avenue,
Victoria Deep Water Terminal,
Greenwich, London SE10 0QE
Tel: (020) 8858 8161

Contact
Steve Chidgey,
East London Unit Manager
Email: Steve.Chidgey@hanson.biz
Tel: (020) 8984 4167
Mobile: 07977 261066
Map reference 7

Berths
2.

Length
259 metres total length.

Depth of Water
12.73 metres MHWS
(5.6 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
7 hectares of open storage.

Access
Direct access to A102(M) - Blackwall Tunnel South Side.
Direct links to A2, M2 and M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Accommodation for both self-discharging vessels and land grab crane discharge.
Aggregates, Sub-Base-Type 1 Material.

Hanson Cement
Civil and Marine Jetty

West Thurrock
London Road, West Thurrock,
Essex RM20 3NL
Tel: (01708) 864813
www.hanson.biz

Contact
Warren Scott, Works Manager
Tel: (01708) 864813
Map reference 35

Berths
2 Dolphins each berth.
2 dedicated to self-discharging slag bulker and North Sea dredgers.

Depth of Water
11.98 metres MHWS
(5.4 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Granulated Slag and Marine Aggregates.

Access
A13/M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Slag Grinding.
2 Receiving Hoppers, 1,800 tph. Civil & Marine Ltd and Hanson Aggregates
Marine discharge conveyors for self-discharging vessels.

Hanson Concrete
Pier Wharf

Wandsworth
Pier Terrace, Jews Road,
Wandsworth, London SW18 1TB
Tel: (020) 8870 3333
www.hanson-aggregates.com

Contact
Greg Burton,
District Operations Manager
Email: greg.burton@hanson.biz
Tel: (07977) 251225
Map reference 2

Berths
1.

Length
40 metres.

Depth of Water
6.08 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
Processed sand and gravel for concrete.

Access
Close connection to South Circular Road.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Grab/Excavator discharge for on-site
Premix concrete plant.

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Industrial Chemicals

Industrial Chemicals Limited has operated in the Thurrock area since 1976 and purchased its 80-acre site at the former West Thurrock Power Station some 20 years ago.

The company employs more than 300 people and handles in excess of one million tonnes of materials per annum, with sales of over 300,000 tonnes of finished materials and products.

Industrial Chemicals operates chemical manufacturing plants throughout the UK and supplies products to the detergent, paper, water treatment and chemical industries on a global basis. These customers range from large international blue chip companies to small family businesses.

Within the UK, the company commands a high profile in the water utility industry. Its attention to product quality and high level of service has helped to establish it as a reliable and well-respected supplier.

Investments at the jetty in recent years have included the installation of a Siwertell mobile screw unloader for environmentally friendly discharge of bulk dry powder shipments. In addition, a rail-mounted travelling quay crane was commissioned to handle bulk, general and container cargoes. The crane has a lift capacity of 48 tonnes at 16 metres, and 16 tonnes at 25 metres.

Additional investment has seen the installation of a pipeline on the jetty and construction of new tank capacity on the main site to facilitate the handling and storage of liquid bulk products.

Situated only two miles from Junction 30/31 of the M25 London orbital motorway and close to the Dartford Crossing, with deep water and sufficient storage land, the facility offers an ideal location for serving end-markets both north and south of the Thames for third-party customers.

Industrial Chemicals has an onsite approved weighbridge as well as 24/7 security operations across the whole site.

Industrial Chemicals Ltd
West Thurrock Jetty

West Thurrock
Stoneness Road, West Thurrock,
Essex RM20 3AG
Tel: (01708) 258510
www.icgl.co.uk

Contacts
Charles Carver, Director
Email: ccarver@icgl.co.uk
Tel: (01375) 389000
Ken Giles, Terminal Manager
Email: kgiles@icgl.co.uk
Tel: (07800) 976112
John Carr, Business Development
Manager
Email: jcarr@icgl.co.uk
Tel: (07711) 640101
Map reference 41

Berths
1 Deep-Water Berth.

Length
213 metres (291 metres including
accessible mooring dolphins).

Depth of Water
12.23 metres MHWS
(5.7 metres below Chart Datum).

Access
HGV Vehicle direct access via fixed link bridge approach road to the Jetty.
National roads approximately 2 miles via non-residential roads from junction 30/31 M25.
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge North or South
Opportunities.
A13-2 miles. A406-15 Miles.
UK Border Agency Wharf Approval

Specialisation
Imports of raw materials for in-house processing.
Third Party work opportunities
Export/Imports.
Lay-by work undertaken.

Cargo Accommodation
Mostly open hard standing, covered subject to availability and agreement.

Equipment
Siwertell Mobile Screw Unloader 250 tph (subject to density).
Travelling Rail Mounted Quay Crane,
48 tonnes @ 16 metres;
16 tonnes @ 25 metres,
Grab Fitted, plus general cargo and container options.
Mobile Ship-Loading Conveyor 500 tph.
Full support services also offered.
On site approved Weighbridge.

Commodities
Dry Bulks, Liquid Bulks, Bulk Powders and Products, General and Container Cargoes.


J Clubb Ltd
Clubb’s Marine Terminal

Gravesend
Church Hill, Wilmington,
Dartford Kent DA2 7DZ
Tel: (01322) 225431
Email: sales@jclubb.co.uk
www.jclubb.co.uk

Contacts
Jon Lovett, Commercial Director
Tel: (01322) 225431

Shaun Jury, Operations Manager
and PFSO
Tel: (01322) 225431

Simon Clubb, Managing Director
Tel: (01322) 225431

Map reference 51

Berths
2 including:
New transhipment berth available for delivery of all grades of finished aggregates in barges and coasters with loading capacity of 600 tonnes per hour shore to ship automatic conveyor.
Ideal for delivery of aggregates to London wharves or coastal locations and major city projects. The sustainable alternative to road deliveries by HGV.

Length
100 metres.

Depth of Water
11.41 metres MHWS
(5.1 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Bulk storage of aggregates -
30,000 tonnes.

Access
A2/M2/M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Sea-Dredged Aggregates.
Self-discharge vessels only - ship to shore conveyor.


JJ Prior Ltd
Brewery Wharf

Deptford
Prior House, Ballast Quay Road,
Fingringhoe, Colchester, Essex CO5 7DB
Tel: (01206) 729412

Email: sales@jjprior.co.uk
www.jjprior.co.uk

Contact
Jonathan Dix, General Manager/Director
Tel: (01206) 729412

Map reference 6

Berths
1.

Length
43 metres.

Depth of Water
5.23 metres MHWS.

Cranes
4.25-tonne Bulk Handling.

Cargo Accommodation
Open and Bin Storage.

Access
Central London/A2.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Aggregates.


Keltbray Group Holdings Ltd
Thames Wharf

Canning Town
Dock Road, Silvertown,
London E16 1AF

Email: reception@keltbray.com
www.keltbray.com

Contact
Cliff Burton, Managing Director
Email: cliff.burton@keltbray.com
Tel: (020) 7643 1000
Map reference 9

Berths
1.

Length
185 metres.

Depth of Water
5.91 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
Open Storage 1 Hectare.

Access
Close connections to national motorway network, A13, A406 and Blackwall Tunnel.

Cranes
Bulk Grabbing Cranes.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Approved Customs.

Specialisation
Main commodities handled - waste, construction materials, aggregates and recycled materials.

Other Facilities
50-tonne Weighbridge.

McGrath Group
Rippleway Wharf

Barking Creek
54-58 River Road, Barking,
Essex G11 0DW
Tel: (0845) 548 5500 or (0845) 658 8391
Email: info@mcgrathgroup.co.uk
www.mcgrathgroup.co.uk

Contacts
Pat McGrath
Tel: (0845) 548 5500
Tara Donaghy,
Tel: (0845) 548 5500
Map reference 18

Berths
1 Open Berth.

Length of Berth
250 metres.

Depth of Water
5.0 metres MHWS.

Cranes
2 Sumitomo Cranes.
Liebherr Hydraulic Dock Cranes with grabs.

Cargo Accommodation
Total Site 10 Acres.
2.5 Acres under cover.

Access
Close to A13, A406, M11 and M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Approved Customs.

Specialisation
Aggregates, Timber Products and General Cargoes.

Purfleet Aggregates Ltd
West Thurrock

London Road, West Thurrock,
Grays, Essex RM20 3NL
Tel: (01708) 865410

Contact
Steve Chidgey, Area Manager
Tel: (020) 8984 1900
Map reference 36

Berths
2 Dolphins each berth
2 dedicated to own dredgers.

Depth of Water
11.98 metres MHWS
(5.4 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Marine Aggregates.

Access
A13, A127 and M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Marine Aggregates dredging and processing.
2 Receiving Hoppers, 1,800 tph.
Civil & Marine Slag Cement Ltd and Hanson Aggregates Marine joint-venture discharge conveyors for self-discharging vessels.

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Stema Shipping (UK) Ltd

Stema operate two wharves on the Thames handling sand, gravel and aggregates – at Red Lion Wharf in Northfleet and at the Port of Tilbury. The company had a very busy 2018, recording another record year for import of aggregates through its Thames terminals.

Red Lion Wharf, owned by Stema, has a 220-metre jetty with depth alongside of seven metres and six acres of open storage for imported aggregates. About 1,250,000 tonnes of sand, gravel and aggregates from Stema’s own quarries in Norway, and sand from Denmark, are imported through this facility. In 2018, Stema replaced the barge loader facility to accommodate about 250,000 tonnes of transhipment traffic, and the company is looking at ways of increasing this volume.

At Tilbury, Stema operates at 1 Berth, where it has 10.5 metres water depth and a 2.75 acre site. At present it handles about 600,000 tonnes at Tilbury.

Jelsa Quarry with an output of 12.5 million tonnes a year is the largest coastal aggregates quarry in the world. The company took delivery of three new self- discharging 32,000 dwt vessels in 2010. A key strength for Stema is its fully independent supply of aggregates with an integrated supply chain from quarry through to delivery to the end user.

Stema Shipping (UK) Ltd
Red Lion Wharf

Northfleet
Red Lion Wharf, Crete Hall Road,
Northfleet, Kent DA11 9AA
Tel: (01375) 857890
www.mibau-stema.de/en/

Contact
Martin Johansen
Email: enquiries@stemauk.co.uk
Tel: (01375) 857890

Sales
Email: enquiries@stemauk.co.uk
Tel: (01375) 857890

Map reference 49

Berths
1.

Length
240 metres.

Depth of Water
14.06 metres MHWS
(7.7 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
6 acres of open storage (in use).

Access
Easy access to A2 and M25.

Specialisation
Accommodation for self-discharging vessels - minimum 45 metres outreach of self-discharging equipment required.
Aggregates & Sub-Base-Type 1 Material.


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Tarmac

Tarmac, a CRH company, is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business. The company has over 150 years of experience and directly employs around 6,900 people across a nationwide network of over 400 sites. Its solutions span aggregates, asphalt, cement, lime, readymix concrete, road contracting services, building products and recycling services.

Its innovative products and solutions not only help to safely deliver the infrastructure needed to grow the UK economy today but also help to create a more sustainable built environment for the country’s long term future.

Tarmac has a number of operations along the tidal Thames, at Northfleet, Charlton, Erith, Thurrock and Greenhithe. Between them, these sites distribute millions Dry bulks Port of London Handbook 105 of tonnes of cement, marinedredged sand and gravel, and crushed rock aggregate throughout London and the South East by road, rail and water. The business has contributed to a number of prestigious projects from its wharves on the Thames, including the Channel Tunnel terminus at King’s Cross/St Pancras, the Emirates Stadium, Canary Wharf, the Millennium Dome, the Olympic athletes’ village, Crossrail and the M25.

Murphy’s Wharf, on the Greenwich peninsula, for example, is ideally placed to supply east and central London, being located on the south of the River Thames and near the Blackwall Tunnel. It is believed to be the largest marine aggregate terminal in Europe in terms of output, capable of operating 24/7 and complemented by an onsite concrete plant which supplies ready-mix concrete into the local market. Nearly half of all material made at the facility is transported to customers by rail. During 2013, a new rail loading facility and primary screens were installed to expand this capability.

The sites at Riverside Wharf (Charlton), Mulberry Wharf Belvedere) and Pioneer Wharf (Erith) complement the Murphy’s Wharf operation, providing additional capacity and flexibility to supply the Kent and south/east London markets.

The sites at Greenwich (Brewery Wharf) and Silvertown (Dock Road Wharf) both produce ready-mix concrete using aggregates transported to them by barge.

Greenhithe processes sea-dredged sand and gravel for use in building projects across the region. Tarmac’s cement and aggregates distribution hub at West Thurrock combines a deepwater wharf with rail-loading facilities and excellent access to the local road network. The wharf allows ships to discharge at all times, regardless of the tide. The material is processed on site ready for onward distribution by road or rail.

In 2015, Tarmac invested in new processing facilities at Thurrock for marine-dredged aggregates boosting both production capability and reliance at this location.

Northfleet is a notable success story. The former cement plant has been demolished and the company is planning for a new operation that will enable it to supply essential construction materials to and from the site by river, road and rail. A cement import cement terminal is operational at Northfleet and planning permission has been granted for an aggregates terminal to make use of the site’s deepwater wharf (42 Wharf) and its proximity to London.

Tarmac has made a major investment in reconnecting its rail freight facilities at Northfleet to the main north Kent line. The new line was used up to 2014 to transport excavated material from the Crossrail tunnels in London, reducing HGV movements out of the capital. At Northfleet, the excavated material was then transferred to ship for the final part of its journey along the Thames to enhance the RSPB nature reserve at Wallasea Island in Essex.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
West Thurrock

Oliver Close, West Thurrock
Grays, Essex RM20 3EE
Tel: (01708) 864857
Fax: (01708) 864987
www.tarmac.com

Contact
Paul Tovey, Area Production Manager
Email: paul.tovey@tarmac.com
Tel: (07702) 632091
Map reference 37

Berths
1.

Length
190 metres.

Depth of Water
15.5 metres MHWS
(8.5 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Marine Aggregates only.

Access
To national road network via A13 and M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Marine Aggregates dredging and processing.
Receiving hoppers and 1,600 tph discharge conveyors for
self-discharging vessels.
Cargo Hauliers (Marine Aggregates only).
Use as lay-by berth permitted.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
Johnson’s Wharf

Greenhithe
Crossways Boulevard, Greenhithe,
Kent DA9 9AD
Tel: (01322) 386561
Fax: (01322) 381189
www.tarmac.com

Contact
Paul Tovey, Area Production Manager
Email: paul.tovey@tarmac.com
Tel: (07702) 632091
Map reference 41

Berths
2 Dolphins
1 dedicated to own dredgers.

Depth of Water
11.16 metres MHWS
(4.6 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
Marine Aggregates only.

Access
Connection to national road system
A2/M2/M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Marine Aggregates dredging and
processing.
2 Receiving hoppers and 2,000 tph
discharge conveyors for self-discharging
vessels.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
42 Wharf

Northfleet
Northfleet Works, The Shore,
Northfleet, Kent DA11 9AN
Tel: (01474) 531500

www.tarmac.com

Contacts
John Cox, Operations Manager
Email: john.cox@tarmac.com
Tel: (01708) 685300
Steven Quinn, Manufacturing Manager
Email: steven.quinn@tarmac.com
Tel: (01708) 685300

Map reference 47

Berths
1.

Length
298.7 metres.

Depth of Water
16.06 metres MHWS
(9.7 metres at Chart Datum).

Access
To national road network via A2 and M25.

Equipment
Kovako Ship Unloader

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Bulk Powder Import.
Export Cement.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
Murphy’s Wharf

Charlton
Lombard Wall, Charlton,
London SE7 8SH
Tel: (020) 8858 3444
www.tarmac.com

Contacts
Steven Wallis, Area Operations Manager
Email: steven.wallis@tarmac.com
Tel: (07860) 260492
Map reference 13

Berths
1 - Mainly dedicated to own dredgers.

Length
143 metres (43 metres walkway).

Depth of Water
10.87 metres MHWS
(3.8 metres Chart Datum).

Access
A2/M2/M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Aggregates.
Receiving hopper and discharging conveyors 2,200 tph to receive self-discharging vessels.
On-site Readymix concrete plant.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
Pioneer Wharf

Erith
Church Manorway, Erith,
Kent DA8 1DE
Tel: (01322) 444710
www.tarmac.com

Contacts
Steven Wallis, Area Operations Manager
Email: steven.wallis@tarmac.com
Tel: (07860) 260492
Map reference 28

Berths
1 - Mainly dedicated to own dredgers.

Length
160 metres (43 metres walkway).

Depth of Water
13.58 metres MHWS
(6.8 metres Chart Datum).

Access
A2/M /M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Aggregates.
Two separate receiving hoppers and conveyors 1,800 tph to receive self-discharging vessels.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
Riverside Wharf

Charlton
Charlton Plant, Riverside Wharf,
Herringham Road, Charlton,
London SE7 8SJ
Tel: (020) 8858 3444
www.tarmac.com

Contacts
Chris Ashley, Area Manager
Email: Chris.Ashley@tarmac.com
Tel: (07702) 779548

Kevin Riley, Plant Supervisor
Email: kevin.riley@tarmac.com
Tel: (020) 8858 3444

Map reference 14

Berths
1.

Length
40 metres - can accommodate ships up to 70 metres, normally handles cargoes up to 1,400 tonnes.

Depth of Water
5.77 metres MHWS.

Cranes
1 x 200 tph - minimal tracking.

Equipment
Loading shovels.

Cargo Accommodation
Minimal open storage only.

Access
Close to A2, A102(M) and A13
(via Blackwall Tunnel).

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Specialisation
Site storage for aggregates only for the manufacture of road coating materials.
This facility is able to off-load aggregates to a riverside receiving hopper only, which is then transferred via conveyors to stockpile bays.
Vessels above 1,000 tonnes need to be moved along the berth as discharge takes place.

Tarmac Trading Ltd
Thurrock Marine Terminal

West Thurrock
West Thurrock, Grays, Essex RM20 3EE
Tel: (01708) 685300
www.tarmac.com

Contacts
Paul Tovey, Area Production Manager
Email: paul.tovey@tarmac.com
Mob: (07702) 632091
Map reference 37

Berths
1.

Length
190 metres.

Depth of Water
14.78 metres MHWS
(9.2 metres at Chart Datum).

Cargo Accommodation
4 x 10,000-tonne storage silos.

Access
To national road network via A13 and M25.

Equipment
Kovako Pneumatic Ship Unloader

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Limited Approval.

Other Facilities
Bagging plant; blending plant; private weighbridges; despatch department;
general offices.

Specialisation
Marine Aggregates dredging and processing.
Receiving hoppers and 1,600 tph discharge conveyors for self-discharging vessels
Import, sale and distribution by road of bulk cement throughout UK.
Blending of specialised cement-based products.
Use as lay-by berth permitted.

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T&L Sugars

The T & L Sugars Thames Refinery at Silvertown is one of the largest cane sugar refineries in the world. The 18 hectare site can process 160 tonnes of raw sugar an hour, with an annual capacity of up to 1.1 million tonnes per annum. There is bulk storage for 65,000 tonnes, together with 2,000 tonnes of storage capacity for palletised refined sugar for export.

The 161-metre raw sugar jetty has a guaranteed minimum depth of 10 metres at low water and receives up to 50 vessels each year in a range of sizes from 4,000 to 58,000 dwt.

Raw sugar is imported by Tate & Lyle Sugars from a variety of suppliers. Some of these are granted preferential access to the EU under agreements with the ACP (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific), LDC (Least Developed Countries) and MFN (Most Favoured Nations), and under the terms of Free Trade Agreements with Central and South American suppliers, together with sugar from world market suppliers such as Brazil.

Refined sugar and specialist products are transported directly to domestic retail and industrial customers from the site, either packed or as bulk dry and liquid products, and are also exported by ship or container worldwide. The 48-metre export jetty alongside the refinery can handle vessels of more than 3,000 dwt.

The raw sugar jetty is equipped with two cranes, each with a capacity of 16 tonnes, installed in 2007. These, together with current stevedoring arrangements, ensure that raw sugar discharge at the refinery is a world-class operation.

Since 2008, Tate & Lyle Sugars has supported many farmers’ organisations to become Fairtrade certified. Today Tate & Lyle Sugars sources Fairtrade sugar from thousands of small-scale cane farmers in different groups in four countries.

Tate & Lyle Sugars
Thames Refinery

Silvertown
Thames Refinery, Silvertown,
London E16 2EW
Tel: (020) 7476 4455 or (020) 7540 1271
www.tateandlylesugars.com

Contact
Bob Woods, Port Operations Manager
Tel: (020) 7540 1271
Map reference 15

Berths
Raw Sugar Jetty (Imports).
Refined Jetty (Exports).
Shore Berth (Imports).

Raw Sugar Jetty
Length
161 metres.

Depth of Water
17.03 metres MHWS
(10.0 metres at Chart Datum).

Refined Jetty
Length
48 metres.

Depth of Water
8.73 metres MHWS
(1.7 metres at Chart Datum).

Shore Berth
Length
180 metres.

Depth of Water
3.03 metres MHWS.

Cargo Accommodation
Raw Sugar in Bulk: 72,000 tonnes.
Export Refined Sugar.
Palletised: 2,000 tonnes.

Access
A406, A13, M11, M25.

HM Revenue & Customs Sufferance
Sugar. Edible oils.

Specialisation
Sugar refiner.

Equipment
2 x 25 tonnes NDC grabbing cranes
16 tonnes grab capacity each.

Agents
Kentships, Thames Refinery,
Silvertown, London E16 2EW
Tel: (020) 7540 1401 or
(020) 7540 1188
Email: kentships@asr-group.com

Imports from
Fiji, Caribbean, Africa, Central and South America.
Exports to World-wide.

Thames Recycling
Barking

78 River Road, Barking,
London IG11 0DS
Tel: (020) 8594 1002
Mobile: (07860) 396808
Fax: (020) 8594 7035
www.gregorydemolition.co.uk

Contact
Dean Gregory, Managing Director
Tel: (020) 8594 1002
Mobile: (07860) 396808
Map reference 20

Berths
1.

Length
200 metres plus 3 dolphins
for 3 x 7,000 ton vessels.

Depth of Water
4 metres minimum.

Terminal Equipment
New conveyors for aggregates and cements installed.

Access
15 minutes into central London by main A406 and 10 minutes to M25 and Dartford Bridge.

Cargo Accommodation
5 acres to accommodate 100,000 tonnes of aggregates.

Specialisation
The company recycles C&D aggregate and materials and will import aggregates for the London market via the new on-site concrete production plant.