Celtic Freeport takes shape with new CEO, business case and revamped digital presence

Luciana Ciubotariu - CEO

The Celtic Freeport welcomes its first permanent Chief Executive, Luciana Ciubotariu, to take this vital re-industrialisation, decarbonisation and regeneration project to fruition.  She will assume her post from May 2024. Luciana brings a wealth of experience to this role, having been part of the senior management team of the Thames Freeport.  Following a career in the senior […]

Welsh Labour leadership candidates back Celtic Freeport vision

Jeremy Miles & Vaughan Gething

Welsh Government ministers and leadership candidates, Vaughan Gething MS and Jeremy Miles MS, outlined their support for the vision behind the Celtic Freeport, as part of Wales’ just transition to a decarbonised economy.  The Celtic Freeport is focused on new economic growth, future skills and manufacturing for Wales.  The Freeport will create future industries for […]

Search for permanent CEO starts

Crane on the dockside

The Celtic Freeport is seeking our first permanent Chief Executive to take the lead in bringing this vital project to completion. The Celtic Freeport has a vision to create a green investment corridor to help drive major inward investment, future skills development and national decarbonisation. As we develop our global development platform, we need a […]

Green light for transformational Celtic Freeport bid

The Celtic Freeport private-public bid consortium has reacted to today’s announcement it has been shortlisted by the UK and Welsh Governments for freeport status.  The Celtic Freeport will deliver an accelerated pathway for Wales’ net zero economy generating over 16,000 new, green jobs and up to £5.5 billion of new investment. The transformational bid covers the […]

Momentum gathers behind transformational bid for Celtic Freeport

From Manufacturing Wales to Tata Steel UK, Ledwood Mechanical Engineering to RWE, Floventis to NPTC Group of Colleges, momentum is gathering behind a freeport bid that will accelerate Wales’ decarbonisation and act as a catalyst for the transformation of Wales’ industrial cluster. Over 100 organisations and politicians have come together to back the transformational bid […]

Ten big benefits of a successful Celtic Freeport bid

The proposed Celtic Freeport is an exciting new project promising an industrial renaissance in south west Wales creating 16,000 new jobs and £5.5bn of new inward investment all based on green energy. 1 Create 16,000 new, high-quality, well-paid, green jobs underpinned by fair working practices and inclusive workplace 2 Boost green skills opportunities for future […]