- National Transport Awards shortlist Port of Dover for Port of the Year accolade
- Dover Harbour Board Chairman re-appointed
- Port delivers more despite ongoing challenges
- Confederation of British Industry (CBI): Responding to Calais disruption
- P&O Ferries Update on situation at Calais
- World's largest wooden sailing ship coming to Dover
- Port of Dover Community Fund - first wave of local projects begin to benefit
- DFDS Seaways services to Port of Calais suspended
- New freight capacity on English Channel as P&O Ferries boosts fleet for peak summer season
- DFDS Seaways Open for Business on the Channel with Extra Ferry on Dover-Dunkirk Service
- @kent_police z
- The shortlist for the National Transport Awards was announced this morning. Congratulations to all those shortlisted! http://t.co/MlhEt8M4Uk
- @TransportTimes National Transport Awards shortlist #PortofDover for Port of the Year accolade http://t.co/7ZBDimXSvB
- #PortofDover George Jenkins OBE has been re-appointed as Chairman, extending his chairmanship until 30 June 2016. http://t.co/geZQGtrAt2
- @timleavers Good morning Tim, all routes into the Port currently free flowing. See @PoD_travelnews @HighwaysSEAST @kent_police for updates
Welcome to the Port of Dover
Originally established in 1606, the principal activities of the Dover Harbour Board (DHB) are to administer and maintain the Port of Dover and its facilities and to develop resources to meet future demands.
The Port of Dover is Europe’s busiest ferry port, a vital international gateway for the movement of passengers and trade. It is also an award-winning cruise port, the second busiest in the UK and hosts some of the world’s most prestigious cruise lines. Other successful businesses include a cargo terminal, a top award-winning marina and several niche activities. The business mix is diverse.
Who Are We?
The Port of Dover has been shortlisted for the prestigious 'Port of the Year' award at this year's National Transport Awards. ...
George Jenkins OBE has been re-appointed as Chairman of Dover Harbour Board (DHB), extending his chairmanship until 30 June 2016....
Whilst images of vast numbers of freight vehicles waiting on the M20 might give the impression that things are not moving, yesterday the Port of Dover handled almost 8,500 of them, over 3% more t...