New contract for Adler and Allan

Adler and Allan's marine response unit
Adler and Allan’s marine response unit
Adler and Allan’s latest contract win sees the company provide Tier 2 marine pollution response for Associated British Ports (ABP) – Britain’s largest and leading port operator.
ABP owns and operates 21 ports in England, Scotland, and Wales, including two of Britain’s biggest – Immingham and Southampton.  The company’s activities cover transport, haulage and terminal operations, ship’s agency, dredging and marine consultancy.
Adler and Allan, with a national network of depots, highly trained teams and specialist equipment, will be on standby with strike teams to respond to environmental emergencies for some of the largest ports in the UK.
 The contract commenced in August 2012 for tier 2 pollution response and hazardous and noxious substance cover on a rapid mobilisation on a 24 hour basis for 365 days a year. Adler and Allan will also run exercises for ABP as part of its training capability.
The three year contract reinforces Adler and Allan’s position as a premier spill response company in the UK. Renowned for its leading role in the Buncefield disaster, the company brings a wealth of best-practice in spill response, environmental awareness and health and safety, to the contract.