Stanlow connects to the rest of the UK via an extensive road network, making all parts of the mainland accessible.
Strategic road network focused on the M62, M60, M56, M53, A66, A69 East-West corridors and the South and Transpennine routes. Regular ferry services from Liverpool and Holyhead now connect with Ireland, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland.
Access to UK wide rail network
The Stanlow site has decommissioned rail heads which are planned to be put back into service. This would provide a connection to Network Rail and subsequently access to the greater Trans European Rail Freight Network.
There are plans for significant growth in rail freight in and out of the Port of Liverpool and Manchester Ship Canal by increasing services in the region.
Globally connected via ocean freight
Located between Liverpool and Manchester on the west coast of the United Kingdom, the Stanlow Terminals is Atlantic facing and connected to sea freight routes that extend globally.
These routes are serviced by a host of international shipping lines such as ACL, MSC and NYK.
Further hinterland water connection to the North West of the UK is provided by the Manchester Ship Canal that connects Liverpool to Manchester.