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London Titan – the Port of London Authority’s (PLA) new and unique multi-purpose mooring maintenance vessel – will help modernise how the authority works and provide a safe work platform for staff.

A record 9.8 million passengers are using the River Thames, two years on from the launch of the Mayor's River Action Plan, it was announced today.

Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, Seawork International, has today announced that the Port of London Authority’s (PLA) new 36-metre mooring maintenance vessel, London Titan, built at a cost of £7million, will be officially unveiled at the opening day of the event in June.

As a result of the lessons identified from a PLA investigation into an accident involving a hired narrowboat on the tidal Thames, the Port of London Authority (PLA) and representatives from the British Marine Federation (BMF) and the Association of Pleasure Craft Operators (APCO) have worked together to address the key safety and technical issues.

The Port of Tilbury, London's major port, picked up a prestigious award for their port based Training Academy at the Worshipful Company of Carmen annual awards in London.

An oily swan had the Port of London Authority (PLA) to thank after it was rescued by quick-thinking staff and taken for a clean up.

Activity at port terminals on the River Thames is up - with cargo trade growing by 1.3 million tonnes (3%) in 2014. Total Port of London trade in the year was 44.5 million tonnes.

The Port of London Authority (PLA) is today (Wednesday, 25 March) calling on anyone with an interest in the tidal River Thames to get in touch as it embarks on a project to develop a Vision for the future of the 95 miles of river that runs from Teddington Lock through the heart of London to the North Sea.

Forth Ports Limited, one the UK’s largest ports groups, announces today (23 March) the construction of a £20million state-of-the art temperature-controlled distribution centre at the Port of Tilbury in partnership with NFT Distribution.