Corpach is operated by CLYDEBoyd Fort William Ltd, a joint venture between Clydeport and Boyd Brothers (Haulage) Ltd. The port handles forest products, dry bulk and project cargoes, and facilities include mobile general purpose and logging equipment, extensive quay areas and dedicated storage for forest products, agricultural, general, project and bulk cargoes.
Corpach, Fort William, is located on the West Coast of Scotland, on Loch Linnhe, Firth of Lorn. The port is situated just outside the village on the A830 which connects to the A82, the principle route connecting the western highlands with the Scottish lowlands.
The Loch Eli Outward Bound Railway Station is just over half a mile away and provides a regular service to Fort WIlliam's larger station. Both stations sitson the West Highway Line, which was voted the most scenic rail journey in the world in 2009. The Caledonian Sleeper to London via Edinburgh also stops at Fort William and runs 6 times a week.
Easy access to the majority of the site.