The port of Immingham is the only port in the UK to cross 50 million MT cargo handling continuously. It is the largest cargo port in the UK.

PORT OF IMMINGHAM

Container operations at Felixstowe recorded an average of 3.8 million TEU for the past five years.

PORT OF FELIXSTOWE

This uses a uni-feeder design for handling bulk cargo and ores. Such modern loading techniques enable Tees to handle over 56 million MT of cargo every year.

PORT OF TEES

London is amongst the two ports in the UK to handle 54 million MT of cargo in 2019. The trade graph has a 4% decline for the port’s cargo in 2020.

PORT OF LONDON

The Liverpool port presently handles over 75,000 TEU with 60 or more sea-going arrivals. An overall tonnage of 34 million MT consists of 75% inward movement of container goods.

PORT OF LIVERPOOL

Milford Haven port has 21 berths with an average depth of 15.5 and a maximum depth of 22 meters. The LNG operations take place at Dragon and South hook terminals exclusively.

PORT OF MILFORD HAVEN

Southampton port has an annual cargo handling in the range of 33 to 35 million MT on average. The port is also one of the biggest exporters in the UK, with an outward flow of 36 to 40%.

PORT OF SOUTHAMPTON
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