Mr Alasdair Ferguson, Annat, Corpach,
Fort William, PH33 7NN
Telephone: 01397 773840
Fax: 01397 773850
Head Office: Integrated Freight Facility, Annat, Corpach, Fort William, PH33 7NN
Group Managing Director: Mr Alasdair Ferguson
Site Address: Kishorn Base, Kishorn, Strathcarron, IV54 8XA
Kishorn Port, General Manager: Mike Bauermeister
Ferguson Transport & Shipping – Road, Rail & Sea Freight Services, Shipping, Port Facilities, Storage & Warehousing, Cargo Handling and Craneage
Ferguson Transport & Shipping, a family run business since 1959, is now proudly one of the largest independent logistic companies in the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, and has strategically located operation centres throughout the UK.
All the marine, transport, warehousing and port assets are owned, operated and managed by Ferguson Transport & Shipping which offer a comprehensive range of offshore marine port services and distribution services for general haulage, plant and machinery movements by road, rail and sea, covering the whole of the UK. Including extensive storage and warehousing facilities 365 days a year.
The company prides itself on working successfully with partners to initiate logistic solutions for challenging freight movement in the UK and further afield.
A regular fish food delivery service is run from the port along the West Coast of Scotland from as far south as Ireland – Arran – Mull – Loch Linnhe, as far West as Loch Hourn – Skye – Uist – Lewis – Harris – and as far North as the Shetland Isles. Other products handled from this facility are ADR products for the aquaculture industry, forestry round wood, road salt, fertiliser, stone and aggregate. Other activities currently on site include the manufacture of fish cages for the aquaculture industry, quarrying and salmon smolt transfer.
Kishorn Port is enhanced by Kishorn Port Ltd, (KPL) formed in 2008 as a joint venture between Ferguson Transport & Shipping and Leiths (Scotland) Ltd, to work closely with the energy industries and local communities, with the objective of regenerating the larger footprint of the site and bringing the dry dock back into full use.