Esbjerg-Immingham

Trailer

Reefer trailer

Hazardous cargo

Self-drive

ISO Container(s)

Reefer container

Mobile machine

Industrial cargo

Automotive

Esbjerg to Immingham

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Sailing time: 18.5 hours

Departures

Monday 20:30
Tuesday 20:30
Wednesday 20:30
Thursday* 20:30
Friday 20:30
Saturday** 20:30

Arrivals

Tuesday 14:30
Wednesday 14:30
Thursday 14:30
Friday 14:30
Saturday 14:30
Sunday 15:30

Please note that the schedule may differ during Danish and UK Bank Holidays.

*Subject to volume

**Deadline 17:30 CET

Cut-off times

Self-drives: 2,5 hours before departure, Saturdays at 17:00

Trailers: 2,5 hours before departure, Saturdays at 17:30

Lift units: 3 hours before departure*

Hazardous trailers: please contact local customer service

*Closed for lifting on weekends and bank holidays

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Our intuitive online booking system works on any device, so you can book, update and track shipments at your convenience.

Our services

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DFDS app: follow your bookings

Are you a freight driver? Use the app to check our timetables, book tickets, and stay informed about your cargo’s journey. Keep your waiting time at the terminal to a minimum and get push notifications about delays, cancellations or reminders about departures.

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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.

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Service charges

MGO BAF Charges

July 2022
15.37 €/Lmn
13.13 £/Lmn

August 2022
15.01 €/Lmn
12.84 £/Lmn

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

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Explosives 1.1-1.3

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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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Radioactive 7

Pictogram representing GHS hazard class 8, corrosive substances

Corrosive substances 8

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Abnormal loads

  • Trailers longer than 14 metres
  • Truck/trailers longer than 17 metres
  • Units exceeding 2.6 metres in width or 5.0 metres in height

Frequently asked questions

Visit our support pages for additional information about surcharges, terms & conditions, hazardous goods, DFDS' environmental impact, booking systems and more.

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New customer?

Specify your transport needs and we will get back to you with a quote.