The Port of Tyne is one of the UK's largest Trust Ports, an independent statutory body governed by its own, unique, local legislation and controlled by an independent board.
There are no shareholders or owners. Any surplus is ploughed back into the Port for the benefit of the stakeholders of the trust. The stakeholders are all those using the port, employees of the port and its users and all those individuals, organisations and groups having an interest in the operation of the Port.
We recognise that we play an important role in the economic, environmental and regional identity of the North East and we are committed to creating a vibrant, sustainable Port of Tyne for the benefit of our stakeholders and the region. We do this by operating in a commercially sound, socially supportive and environmentally sustainable manner.
Is to create a vibrant and sustainable Port of Tyne. We strive to provide our customers with the most responsive services to meet their business needs.
We will ensure regular communication with all of our key stakeholders and take accountability for those regional responsibilities that have been assigned to us.
Are to develop and maintain the infrastructure to facilitate the growth of the Port. We will look to exploit existing and new business opportunities and seek to diversify into new markets in order to expand the business.