- OPEN LETTER FROM CHIEF EXECUTIVE PORT OF DOVER - Why the Port of Dover must keep the nation moving
- British Ports Association praises response to Calais disruption to vital trade flows
- International gateway open for business, despite ongoing disruption at Port of Calais
- Port of Dover Community Regatta - change of date
- Minister sees scale of impact of industrial action on key transport corridor
- Multi-Lingual Operation Stack Information
- Port of Dover signs major contract for Dover Western Docks Revival project
- Industrial action in Port of Calais: local road traffic management update
- Port supports customers on vital trade route
- When the biggest met the best
- Please Follow @PoD_travelnews for the latest #PortofDover travel advice.
- @dawkins_paul @PhilLowry Thank you. We are Playing our part to keep traffic, Dover and the UK economy moving #operationimPORTant
- @dawkins_paul @PhilLowry And an Open Letter has been sent from #PortofDover today - http://t.co/Fi2FZKRwqm
- @dawkins_paul @PhilLowry We are doing all we can to engage with Government, customers, and the local community.
- @dawkins_paul @PhilLowry Phil and Paul, Government ministers were down at the Port last week and the local MP is part of PCF meetings
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?
If anyone was still under the impression that the Port of Dover was a quaint little port on the south east corner of the UK doing ferry trips for holidaymakers or booze cruisers to France, then t...
The British Ports Association very much welcomes the remarkable job carried out by the Port of Dover, the ferry companies and everyone involved both locally and nationally in responding to the di...
Following a sustained period of industrial action in France which commenced at 1420 BST on 29th June, the Port of Dover remains open for business with regular sailings to Calais and Dunkerque. ...