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Nik Scott-Gray

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Nik Scott-Gray

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Nik Scott-Gray is an experienced Port and Logistics professionals. From the beginning of his career in 1988, as a P&O graduate trainee, he has amassed experience in the operational, financial and strategic management of vessels and ports along the UK's east coast.

In total Nik spent 16 years with P&O, which included some time spent in Germany and running a Ro-Ro freight service from Teesport to Gothenburg and Helsingborg.

The role of Port Manager for both Grangemouth and Leith Ports, led to Nik's appointment as Commercial and Development Manager for Forth Ports' Scottish division in 2009. This role had a broad remit from cruise to bulk cargo and successes included the reopening of Kirkcaldy to commercial traffic and the use of Newhaven as a cruise ship tender operation.

He has been Chief Executive of Montrose Port Authority (MPA) since May 2015, which becomes increasingly busy handling vessels from variety of sectors, including oil and gas and renewables, as well as a broad range of cargo activity.

Amongst his various responsibilities, Nik launched - and continues to implement - a Master Planning and Strategy process for MPA; developing new markets and directing investment towards key infrastructure projects.

 

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