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The Port of New Ross has a wide choice of facilities in five locations on both sides of the River Barrow at New Ross town.

The Port of New Ross in the south east of Ireland is the country’s only inland port. Located on both sides of the River Barrow, 32km from the sea via Waterford Estuary, New Ross offers importers and exporters an excellent range of facilities at competitive prices.

The Port of New Ross has a long history in handling petroleum products, animal feedstuffs and fertiliser, cement, coal, timber, ore, steel and general cargo. Its inland location means cargo can be imported and exported close to where it is processed, reducing fuel costs for transporters.

The Port of New Ross is ideal for vessels up to LOA 110m by Beam 18m. In 1996 the shipping channel on the river was widened and deepened to increase the size of vessels that could access the port to 6,000 tonnes.

Facilities available at the Port of New Ross include two jetties owned by New Ross Port Company, two jetties owned by Stafford Shipping and a pontoon berth owned by Stokestown Port Services.

New Ross Port Company, formerly New Ross Harbour Commissioners, has been a limited company since 1997, under the Harbours Act, 1996. The Government is a shareholder in the company.

It is International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code compliant.

FACILITIES

The Port of New Ross has facilities in five locations on the River Barrow at New Ross town. Facilities cater for import, export and storage.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

The Port of New Ross has a long history in handling petroleum products, animal feedstuffs and fertiliser, cement, coal, timber, ore, steel and general cargo.

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Access

New Ross is an ideal location for importing and exporting goods to and from Ireland. Each of the five facilities at New Ross are close to national primary roads

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Latest News

19 Feb 15
Port News Updates Jan 2017

Jan 1st The Port of New Ross in the south east of Ireland is the country’s only inland port. Located...

19 Feb 15
History

New Ross has served as an international port for many centuries. Its tradition as a safe haven for i...

Links for New Ross Port

New Ross has much to offer boating enthusiasts travelling up the estuary from the Irish Sea or indeed via one of the three sister rivers – the Barrow, the Nore and the Suir.

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    New Ross Tide Times
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    Local Weather Forecasts
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The 30m-long Town Jetty on the east side of the river and the 60m-long Marshmeadows Jetty.

On the east side of the river is the 215m-long Rosbercon Jetty, owned by Stafford Shipping, which has a weighbridge and can cater for two vessels at the same time.

Also on the east side of the river is Raheen Jetty, a dry bulk facility, at 60m long.

Downriver at Stokestown is a 60m pontoon berth with weighbridge and nearby warehousing and open storage.

Mobile cranes are available on all berths.