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Cuxhaven-Immingham

Cuxhaven-Immingham

Trailer
Hazardous cargo
Reefer trailer
Self-drive
ISO Container(s)
Reefer container
Mobile machine
Industrial cargo
Automotive

SAILING-TIME approx. 24 hours

Schedule below may vary, please see the actual schedule via download link.

DEPARTURES

Arrivals

  • Mondays

    17:00

  • Tuesdays

    17:00

  • Thursdays

    01:00

  • Fridays

    01:00

  • Saturdays

    09:00

  • Sundays

    09:00

  • Mondays

    12:00

  • Tuesdays

    20:00

  • Wednesdays

    20:00

  • Fridays

    04:00

  • Saturdays

    04:00

  • Sundays

    12:00

CUT-OFF-TIMES

Self-drives: 2 hours prior

Trailers: 2 hours prior

Hazardous units: 3 hours prior

ROUTE-OUR-SERVICES

DFDS employees mooring a vessel

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.

Cuxhaven Terminal

MAPBLOCK-ADDRESS

Cuxport Terminal Neufelder Schanze 4

27472 Cuxhaven

Germany

MAPBLOCK-OPENINGHOURS

Wheeled: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Lift units: Mon-Fri - 06:00-22:00, Sun - closed

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Immingham Dockside Terminal

MAPBLOCK-ADDRESS

Dockside Terminal

Western Access Rd, Immingham Dock

N E Lincs

DN40 2LZ

United Kingdom

MAPBLOCK-OPENINGHOURS

Wheeled: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Lift units: Mon-Fri 06:00-20:00, Sat-Sun 06:00-18:00

MAPBLOCK-CONTACT

ROUTE-SERVICE-CHARGES

ROUTE-HAZARDOUS-ABNORMAL-LOADS

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Explosives 1.1-1.6

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Flammable gases 2

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Flammable liquids 3

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Flammable solids 4

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Oxidizing substances 5.1

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Toxic substances 6

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Corrosive substances 8

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Miscellaneous dangerous substances 9