Cuxhaven to Immingham
This schedule may vary, please see the current schedule via download link.
Self-drives: 2 hours before departure
Trailers: 2 hours before departure
Hazardous units: 4 hours before departure
Book and track
Our intuitive online booking system works on any device, so you can book, update and track shipments at your convenience.
Where are your goods coming from and going?
Are you an importer? Exporter? Based in the EU? In the UK? You always need to make sure that you have an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number (EORI) number. You also have to submit customs documents before arriving at the port. Find out what else you need to do with our tailored checklists for EU- and UK-based customers.
Mooring Services in Cuxhaven
The port of Cuxhaven welcomes around 1,200 vessels per annum, dominated by RoRo and offshore vessels. With more than 25 years in the business, our DFDS team of four coordinators and more than thirty boatmen are available to carry out a quick and safe mooring and unmooring of all vessels, enabling smooth operations around the clock. We also offer services of escorting shipments to pontoons, mainly for the offshore industry.
Equipment Check in Cuxhaven
Based on a service level agreement (SLA) we check the equipment of our customers like trailers and containers. After discharge, we inspect the units and their critical parts, such as tires or the landing legs of a trailer. This saves our customers a lot of time when arriving at the gate, knowing that everything is ready to continue the journey.
Travel limitation for private passengers
DFDS freight port of Immingham can accept commercial freight drivers with their loads. Due to UKBF port approval, private passengers are not permitted to be carried through Immingham. This means that we can no longer accept leisure fare paying passengers on the freight routes through Immingham. Leisure passengers should refer to our passenger ferries section on the website for details on our passenger services.
MGO BAF Charges
What is MGO BAF?
The MGO BAF, or Marine Gas Oil Bunker Adjustment Factor, compensates for fluctuations in the price of a ship's fuel.
If the price rises above a certain level, a surcharge will be applied. If the price drops below a certain level, a reduction in the surcharge will be applied.
Hazardous and abnormal loads
Flammable gases 2
Flammable liquids 3
Flammable solids 4
Oxidizing substances 5.1
Toxic substances 6
Corrosive substances 8
Miscellaneous dangerous substances 9
Acceptance of abnormal loads is assessed on a case by case basis due to axle weight/number of axles.
Guidelines for used machinery
Special guidelines apply for transportation of used machinery. Check the document below for further information.
Frequently asked questions
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