The region is well served to manage sea freight, with two deep sea ports located in Ayr and Troon.

Both ports are owned and operated by AB Ports, the UK’s leading port operator, and combined, the two sites occupy 80 acres, and handle more than 500,000 tonnes each year.

Situated at the entrance to the Firth of Clyde, the Port of Ayr has easy access to rail networks and via trunk roads to the M77 for Glasgow, M8 for Edinburgh, and M74 for links to Northern England.

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  • Forest products
  • General cargo
  • Cruises

 

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Trunk roads connect the Port of Troon to the M74 and M77, which leads to Glasgow and the M8 for Edinburgh. Just five miles away, Glasgow Prestwick Airport provides a network of global air links while Troon railway station is located just over one mile away.

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  • Forest products
  • General cargo
  • Cruises
  • Fresh produce

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