Milford Haven

As the fourth largest port in the UK, and set in the heart of the only Coastal National Park in Great Britain, Milford Haven Port Authority is responsible for the biggest port in Wales, and one of the most prominent on the West Coast. Milford Haven is a trust port, an independent, commercially run organisation, and as a result, the Authority has a statutory responsibility to both Government and its stakeholders, and is required to reinvest all profits to the benefit of the latter. The Authority provides port, harbour and associated services through its commercial divisions. These include, wharfage, stevedoring, support to the fishing industry, ship repair, waterside services, heavy lifts and laydown areas, marine and leisure facilities, provision and operation of the Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal used by Irish Ferries and a growing number of cruise calls.