Rosslare Europort welcomes major investment into Port Facilities

April 28, 2023

These upgrade works are necessary to provide permanent Brexit infrastructure at Rosslare Europort to ensure compliance with EU Customs, sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) and official food controls legislation, thereby providing protection for the EU single market.

The proposed Terminal 7 development at Rosslare, includes the redevelopment of the existing site and the demolition of a number of existing buildings to facilitate the construction of a new border control post (BCP) consisting of a number of new buildings and associated external site infrastructure.

The T7 facility will facilitate the processing and exit routes from the passenger and freight ferries that use Rosslare Europort.

Photo: Rosslare Europort welcomed the visit of Minister Paschal Donohoe on Monday 24 April where Glenn Carr,  Director Commercial Businesses and Port Authority for Rosslare Europort discussed the growth of the port and the ambitious infrastructure projects planned.