Dover Harbour Board has secured the long term success of cargo operations within the Port of Dover as work forges ahead to create new facilities in Dover’s Western Docks
In the wake of the closure of the Calais 'Jungle', the Port of Dover recorded its busiest day ever for freight traffic on 23rd November, with 10,558 freight vehicles handled by the ferry port.
The Port of Dover has said it shares public frustration at the French border control situation which impacted so badly on the holiday getaway weekend.
The Secretary of State for Transport, the Rt Hon. Patrick McLoughlin MP has appointed Richard Everitt CBE as the new Chairman of Dover Harbour Board.
Britain’s second most popular cruise destination welcomed back the luxury Disney Magic cruise ship last week.
A business partnership which brings around a quarter of Britain's bananas into the country is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
P&O Ferries carried more freight between Dover and Calais in 2015 than in any previous year in its modern history.
The Lydd Coastguard
helicopter responded to a Mayday call at 7.09pm on Sunday evening from a cargo vessel
which was taking in water in the Dover Strait.
The Port of Dover is shaping up to have a record breaking year, despite disruption in the UK this summer caused by the unprecedented industrial action and migration problems in France.
P&O Ferries is on course for record results next year, despite the disruption caused by workers angry at the sale of rival MyFerryLink and the migrant issue in Calais over the summer months.