If you’re looking for a new job, or just want to see what’s out there, Teesport Teesworks is a great place to start. With 6 of the largest companies in the Teesport represented on our site, you’re sure to find something that appeals to you. Whether you’re a corporate level worker looking for your next opportunity, or a blue collar worker just starting out in your career, we’ve got something for everyone. So take a look around and see what catches your eye! We promise you won’t be disappointed.
BOC is a leading provider of gases to industrial operators in the area. It’s an important asset to the site and is currently supplying nitrogen to support the operation of Teesworks. BOC has been an essential partner of the Teesport Freeport for many years, and we are pleased to be able to continue working with them to support the vital role they play in our economy.
Hanson UK is one of the largest building materials manufacturers in the world and a leading supplier of cement products. Its Teesport ready-mixed concrete plant is capable of meeting the demands of major construction projects, as well as a range of residential uses. Hanson UK is a truly global company, with a wide range of products and services that are essential to the construction industry. Hanson UK is committed to sustainable development, and its products are manufactured to the highest environmental standards. Hanson UK also has a strong commitment to health and safety, and its products are subject to rigorous testing before they reach the market. Hanson UK is a trusted partner for builders and contractors, and its products are used in some of the most iconic structures in the world. Hanson UK is proud to be one of the leading suppliers of building materials to the construction industry.
MGT Teesside’s £650million biomass power plant is now the largest of its kind in the world. The plant, which is fuelled by woodchips and pellets, has the capacity to generate electricity for the equivalent of 600,000 homes. MGT Teesside says that the plant will help to create a “low carbon economy” and that it will be a “key driver” in the region’s transition to a cleaner energy mix. The company also says that the plant will create more than 200 jobs during its construction phase and that it will make a “significant contribution” to the local economy. MGT Teesside’s biomass power plant is an impressive feat of engineering, and it is clear that it will have a positive impact on the region.
Redcar bulk terminal ltd is one of the best deep water facilities of its type in the UK. Its 320 metre long quay can accommodate vessels up to 17 metres draft and it’s also approved for the storage of uncleared goods. Redcar is a deep water facility located at Teesport which is the busiest and largest port on the east coast of England. The port has excellent road and rail connections to the hinterland. Redcar is also a Freeport which offers significant benefits including customs duty exemptions and simplified customs procedures. The terminal is operated by Redcar Bulk Terminal Limited, a subsidiary of PD Ports. The company has a long-term lease from Teesworks, the site’s owner and operator. Redcar Bulk Terminal Limited is a major employer in Redcar with around 90 staff.
Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business. Tarmac supplies high quality asphalt and industry-leading solutions nationwide from its South Bank site. Tarmac’s teesport and Teesworks are the country’s largest Freeport sites, with a capacity of handling over 10 million tonnes of freight each year. Tarmac is also the only company in the world to have its own purpose-built trainee school, Tarmac Academy, which trains over 500 people each year. Tarmac’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its achievements, including being the only company in the world to have its entire operations certified as carbon neutral. Tarmac is also a member of the UK’s leading sustainable business organisation, Business in the Community.