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The invasive quagga mussel (Dreissena rostiformis bugensis), named after a species of zebra because of their striped shell, has been found in the River Thames at Richmond by the Zoological Society of London’s (ZSL) annual survey of the riverbed. Quagga mussels were first discovered in the UK earlier this year during routine water quality testing in the River Wraysbury, near Staines, but have since moved downstream to Richmond, with the potential to spread further.

Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, announces today a new 5-year agreement with Cefetra, one of the leading supply chain managers in the UK, to handle animal feed imports into the port for the East Anglian area.


Port of Tilbury and Frontier Agriculture agree significant strategic partnership - new partnership brings export opportunities for South East farmers

Essex, UK, 21st January 2015: Pentalver, the UK’s leading inland container service operator, has announced plans to develop a permanent container depot at DP World London Gateway, the UK’s new deep-water port.

A loyal granddad who continued a family tradition of putting ‘Windows’ on the Thames is celebrating 50 years’ work on the river.

The River Thames will be the subject of a public meeting taking place at London Rowing Club on Putney Embankment on Tuesday 3 February 2015 at 6.30pm.



The Port of London Authority (PLA) has sealed a deal to put a new purpose-built survey catamaran on the river Thames. The robust and fuel-efficient CTruk MPC19 is set to replace the PLA’s Yantlet vessel as she reaches the end of her service life.