The Port of Immingham is a strategically-significant UK-wide cargo logistics hub, with a rail infrastructure that handles more than 260 rail freight movements a week and high-speed road links to the M180, the M18 and the M1 motorways.
Britain’s largest port by tonnage, The Port of Immingham is Britain’s most significant trading gateway. Here, the state-of-the-art Humber International Terminal (HIT) handles solid fuel destined for power generators and is able to accommodate vessels carrying cargoes up to 130,000 tonnes. HIT also handles large volumes of biomass, animal feed, road salt and grain. One of Britain’s busiest RoRo ports, Immingham has eight berths handling more than 30 sailings a week to and from Northern Europe and Scandinavia. The port also handles more than 25% of all UK rail freight. The port has significant development opportunities available for the design and construction of bespoke business space.
See more information about the Port of Immingham and its services and facilities on ABP’s website.