- Ongoing Industrial Action at Port of Calais Update 03.07.15 @ 1245hrs
- 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
- New facilities are a clear reflection of high standards
- Port statement regarding DFDS deal with Eurotunnel
- Port of Dover re-accredited for quality
- A siren will mark the beginning and the end of the silence. (2/2)
- #PortofDover will be observing a one minutes silence, at midday today, in memory of those who tragically lost their lives in Tunisia (1/2)
- DOCA - We have now returned to our published schedule, currently checking in WITH SPACE for a 21h25 sailing in Dover & 22h30 in Calais
- The industrial action in France is costing the UK at least 250 million a day - http://t.co/sA13h2vEi5
- Minister sees scale of impact of industrial action on key transport corridor whilst visiting #PortofDover http://t.co/sA13h2vEi5
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?
Following a sustained period of industrial action in France commencing at 1420 BST on 29th June, the Port of Calais is now operating two berths which is allowing P&O Ferries to run a full ser...
The Ports and Shipping Minister, Robert Goodwill MP, has today travelled through Kent to the Port of Dover in order to see first hand the scale of disruption caused by ongoing industrial action i...
Due to traffic congestion, all freight vehicles should report to Junction 8 of the M20 and wait there. Freight vehicles heading down the M2 will be diverted to join the queue on the M20 . ...