Wilton International is a 2,000 acre, multi-occupancy manufacturing site located in the heart of Teesside’s industrial area – the former ICI site is now home to one of the UK’s leading process manufacturing clusters.
Situated south of Teesport Wilton International is ideally positioned for investing, energy intensive industrial businesses, integrating ready-to-go energy, development land, infrastructure, utilities and security, enabling the minimisation of project costs, risk and timeframes. Creating an environment in which a chemical manufacture can thrive.
Major business established at Wilton International include SABIC, Ensus, Lotte, Huntsman, Sembcorp Energy UK, Biffa Polymers and Nippon Gases.
CORE SECTORS / INDUSTRIES
Wilton International Site is designed for energy intensive industrial use such as chemicals and process plants.
Recent years have seen significant investments by firms in rapidly growing high value, low carbon areas. These include green energy, biofuels and plastics recycling operations.
Wilton International features 130 acres (53 ha) of Greenfield development land available with outline planning permission for heavy industrial use, plus an additional 200 acres (81 ha) of brownfield land and 230 acres (93 ha) of light industrial development land.
Together with ready-made site wide infrastructure including tunnels, roads, rail, pipe bridges, culverts, drains and effluent outfall management, it has everything needed to enable investors to get on stream quickly.
|Highway||yes||Links directly to motorway network|
|Railway||yes||Connect directly to the UK’s mainline network|
|Sea harbor||yes||Deep sea harbor|
- Road network
- Deep sea harbour(s)
Via Pipeline - for example:
- Natural Gas
- Crude Oil
- Natural Gas
- Industrial Gases
- Water (different grades)
- Effluent management
- Bundled Oil Store
- Compound/Lay down areas
Wilton Ethylene Control (WEC) forms the hub of the UK ethylene system, moving product from the Sabic Olefins 6 plant (ethylene, propylene and butylene) to customers around the UK, including the Sabic LDPE plant on site, North Tees Liquefaction, the Ineos Grangemouth site and the Inovyn site at Runcorn via pipeline.
2015-01-09€ 20 mln
2015-01-01€ 8 mln
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