The port of Immingham is the UK’s largest by tonnage and handles up to 55 million tonnes a year.
- For dry bulk cargoes the state-of-the-art Humber International Terminals (HIT) can handle up to 10 million tonnes of coal a year and is able to accommodate vessels carrying cargoes up to 130,000 tonnes.
- The HIT also handles large volumes of biomass, animal feed, salt and grain
- Immingham also has two in-dock container terminals – Immingham Container Terminal and DFDS Seaways’ Nordic Terminal which cover regions such as Rotterdam, The Baltic, Scandinavia and Iceland with around 15 container vessel calls per week.
- Around 25 percent of the country’s oil-refinery capacity is located adjacent to the port of Immingham and Immingham has four specialist liquid-bulk terminals, incorporating 18 berths in operation
- The port caters for a wide range of general cargoes and can cater for heavy-lift and out-of-gauge cargoes with tandem lift craneage capability
- With its central UK location Immingham has excellent road, rail and transhipment distribution services to the UK industrial heartland
- Positioned at the mouth of the River Humber, Immingham provides minimum deviation from the major shipping channels
|Dock or Quay||Length||Beam||Draught||Approx. dwt|
|Enclosed dock||198.0 m ✖||26.2 m ▼||10.36 m||38,000|
|Eastern & Western Jetties||213.0 m||No restriction||10.40 m||50,000|
|Immingham Oil Terminal||366.0 m||No restriction||13.10 m||290,000 ♦|
|Immingham Bulk Terminal||303.0 m||45.0 m||14.00 m||200,000 ♦|
|Immingham Gas Jetty||280.0 m||No restriction||11.00 m||50,000|
|Humber International Terminal||289.0 m||45.0 m||12.80-14.20 m •||200,000 ♦|
|Immingham Outer Harbour||240.0 m||35.0 m||11.00 m||18,500|
✖ Partly laden
♦ Suitable vessels up to 223 m accepted under certain conditions
▼ Suitable vessels up to 26.8 m accepted under certain conditions
• Subject to certain conditions – provisional draughts provided by terminal on request