LOCATION

Rosyth

ROS

73rd

IMPORT VALUE RANK 2016

£28M

IMPORT VALUE 2016

45th

EXPORT VALUE RANK 2016

£81M

EXPORT VALUE 2016

INDICATIVE PRICE

Insufficient data for an indicative price

Rosyth Dockyard is a large naval dockyard on the Firth of Forth at Rosyth, Fife, Scotland, owned by Babcock Marine, which formerly undertook refitting of Royal Navy surface vessels and submarines. Before its privatisation in the 1990s it was formally the Royal Naval Dockyard Rosyth. Its primary role is now as integration site for the Royal Navy's newest aircraft carriers - the Queen Elizabeth-class.

TOP 10 IMPORTED COMMODITIES BY VALUE 2016

Rank Description Total
1 Structures and parts of structures, n.e.s., of iron, steel or aluminium more info £15M
2 Other machinery and equipment specialized for particular industries; parts thereof, n.e.s. more info £5.1M
3 Measuring, checking, analysing and controlling instruments and apparatus, n.e.s. more info £2.2M
4 Electric power machinery (other than rotating electric plant of group 716) and parts thereof more info £2M
5 Equipment for distributing electricity, n.e.s. more info £1.1M
6 Power-generating machinery and parts thereof, n.e.s. more info £490K
7 Feeding stuff for animals (not including unmilled cereals) more info £450K
8 Wood, simply worked, and railway sleepers of wood more info £310K
9 Ships, boats (including hovercraft) and floating structures more info £240K
10 Civil engineering and contractors' plant and equipment; parts thereof more info £240K

TOP 10 EXPORTED COMMODITIES BY VALUE 2016

Rank Description Total
1 Other machinery and equipment specialized for particular industries; parts thereof, n.e.s. more info £1.1M
2 Civil engineering and contractors' plant and equipment; parts thereof more info £790K
3 Structures and parts of structures, n.e.s., of iron, steel or aluminium more info £99K
4 Power-generating machinery and parts thereof, n.e.s. more info £83K
5 Materials of rubber (e.g., pastes, plates, sheets, rods, thread, tubes, of rubber) more info £17K