Hull has the UK’s first fully-enclosed cargo handling facility for all-weather working on sensitive cargoes such as steel and bagged products. It is the UK’s leading softwood timber port, handling around 1 million tonnes. Dry bulks handled by the port include agribulks, animal feed, cement and chemicals, and specialist paper handling vessels and equipment can be accommodated at the Finland Terminal – to meet the needs of Hull’s paper and forest products clients. The Port is also the location for Saltend Chemicals Park, a 120+ hectare cluster of world-class chemicals and renewable energy businesses at the heart of the UK’s Energy Estuary. The port has significant development opportunities available for the design and construction of bespoke business space.
See more information about the Port of Hull and its services and facilities on ABP’s website.
The Port of Hull on the north bank of the Humber Estuary is just 20 miles from the North Sea. The port is connected by dual carriageway road links to the M62 and then M18, and M1, to service the whole of the British Isles. It is also connected into the inland waterways system.