Brookfield Ports saw revenue increase to £133.43m as the group's North East business enjoyed increased volumes
SSI chief Cornelius Louwrens says 2015 could mark a turnaround in the steelmaker's fortunes
Redcar steel producers SSI narrowed losses in 2013 but volatility in steel prices caused auditors concern
Lottery lightning strikes twice at North East steel plant SSI as lottery syndicate scoops £1m on EuroMillions
Steel manufacturers promises more jobs and output under new management
Teesside steelmakers SSI UK have announced that Phil Dryden is stepping down as chief executive at the end of the year
Costly delays in SSI UK's restart programme have led to the Teesside steel producer reporting a huge loss of $439m (£274m), annual accounts have shown
Teesside's steelworks have been largely responsible for a boost in Britain’s steel production during the first half of the year
THE group which owns and operates the largest port in the North East has reported a 4% increase in revenues for the year ended December 31, 2012.
DANNY Cramman examines the role of the North East ports in the success of the region.