Rotterdam to Felixstowe
Self-drives: 1 hour before departure
Trailers: 1 hour before departure
Hazardous units: 2 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.
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.
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.
Priority Discharge Service
Efficient use of your equipment remains key in our fast-paced, competitive logistics world. Our 30 min Priority Discharge Service allows availability of your trailer within the first 30 mins of vessel arrival on the Rotterdam/Felixstowe route. This service secures optimal flexibility for late drop-off and early pick-up of trailers having extraordinary time-sensitive requirements.
This service provides benefits by:
- Being amongst the first units discharged, allowing the immediate pick up of time-sensitive trailers (e.g. temperature-controlled, timed deliveries etc).
- Efficiently using your fleet’s available driving hours, by reducing terminal waiting time to a maximum of 30 minutes.
- Increasing fleet efficiency and flexibility, allowing trailers to be returned in time for the same evening departure.
The service offers a limited capacity of trailers which may vary on individual vessels and departures, applying a surcharge per trailer of €31.
Terms & Conditions apply. Read the Terms & Conditions
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
Acceptance of abnormal loads is assessed on a case by case basis due to axle weight/number of axles.