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  • ABP
  • Head Office: 2nd Floor 25 Bedford Street London WC2E 9ES

 

 

 

Delivering Jobs and Driving Growth

ABP is the UK’s leading ports operator with a unique network of 21 ports. In 2015 ABP and its customers handled over 92 million tonnes of cargo, including 30 million tonnes for export. Together with our customers, we support 84,000 jobs around Britain and contribute £5.6 billion to the UK economy every year.

It’s a story we are proud of but it doesn’t end there. Our 5-year investment programme is worth £1 billion and will increase our contribution to the economy by £1.75 billion to £7.35 billion each and every year.

Our investment is designed to respond to the needs of our customers whose businesses rely on our ports for access to international and, in some cases, domestic markets. Helping these firms compete on the global stage and protecting national energy security are key roles our ports play in the UK economy.

 

 

The UK ports industry is the largest in Europe and its operations provide critical economic infrastructure for the nation’s manufacturers and businesses.

ABP is the UK’s leading port operator, with a unique network of 21 ports across England, Scotland and Wales. Our ports include Immingham, the UKs busiest port, and Southampton, the nation’s second largest and most efficient container port, as well as the UK’s number one for cars and cruise.

The group's other activities include rail terminal operations (Hams Hall Rail Terminal), ship's agency, dredging (UK Dredging Ltd), and marine consultancy (ABPmer). Each port also offers a well-established community of port service providers.

In 2016 ABP and its customers handled 89 million tonnes of cargo. Together with our customers, we support 84,000 jobs and contribute £5.6 billion to the UK economy every year.

ABP is backed by investment in modern facilities and equipment, and support by experienced employees. Our investment is designed to respond to the needs of our customers whose business rely on our ports for access to international and, in some cases, domestic markets. Helping these firms compete on the global stage and protecting the national energy security are key roles our ports play in the UK economy.