The City of Inverness is the economic and administrative capital of the Highlands; over recent years it has become one of the most vibrant and successful commercial centres in the UK.

The Port of Inverness has been at the heart of the city’s growth and expansion and is one of Scotland’s most sheltered and natural deep water ports.

Trading with the rest of the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, the Baltics and the European Union, the port handles a diverse range of cargoes including oil/fuel, packaged timber, round logs, sterling board, woodchips, coal, salt, animal feeds, frozen fish and a diverse range of other goods. 

The port has recently undergone considerable expansion and can now offer modern facilities to companies including extensive laydown areas, covered storage, and a brand new entrance designed to accommodate extra long loads of up to 50m turbine blade length. Easy access to the A9 for both north and south bound traffic and the surrounding hinterland is a considerable advantage.

Our mission statement is for the port to be a progressive, vibrant driver of growth for Inverness and the Highlands and to be recognised as such by the community and by industry.