Port of Dover Revenue and Competitors

Dover, UK



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  • Port of Dover's estimated annual revenue is currently $85.7M per year.(i)
  • Port of Dover's estimated revenue per employee is $291,500

Employee Data

  • Port of Dover has 294 Employees.(i)
  • Port of Dover grew their employee count by 9% last year.

Port of Dover's People

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What Is Port of Dover?

The Port of Dover is Europe's busiest ferry port, a vital international gateway for the movement of people and trade. It is also an award-winning cruise port, the second busiest in the UK and hosts some of the world's most prestigious cruise lines. Other successful businesses include a cargo terminal, a top award-winning marina and several niche activities. The business mix is diverse.\n\nQuite Simply:\n\nThe Commitment is to be the Best Port in the World for the benefit of our Customers and Community \n\nKey stats:\n\n• Up to £122 billion of trade handled per annum\n• Over 12 million passengers per annum\n• 5 million vehicles per annum, which includes 2.6 million freight vehicles \n• The safe handling of vessel movements every 10 minutes\n• 200,000 cruise passengers per annum\n• Cargo tonnage maintained at record levels – part of opportunity for future Port development\n• Supporting around 22,000 jobs \n\nMajor Projects:\n\n• TMI project\n\nImproving resilience of Port operations, enhancing the visual impression of the Port, managing the throughput of traffic and reducing congestion on the external road network through a new holding area with a capacity to hold up to 220 freight vehicles (equivalent to 4km of traffic).\n\n• Berth Enhancement project\n\nEnhancing RoRo berth reliability and efficiency to give ferry operators the advantage of reducing time in port, supporting published sailing schedules and maximising fuel economies.\n\n• Dover Western Docks Revival\n\nDover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) will deliver: a transformed waterfront with a new marina pier and marina curve to ultimately attract a host of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants with Dover’s unique backdrop of the harbour, cliffs and castle; relocation and further development of cargo business with new cargo terminal and distribution centre; creation of greater space with Eastern Docks for ferry traffic; and much needed high quality employment opportunities for local people.



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Port of Dover News

2022-03-30 - Customs IT meltdown adds to long delays at Channel crossings

Chaos as outage of key HMRC system combines with P&O Ferries problems and surge in tourist traffic.

2022-03-30 - Doug Bannister, head of the Port of Dover: ‘We’re at the centre of Brexit. I signed up for that’

The US executive took over the port in 2019, in the heat of the debate about the EU. He's not surprised it's been a challenge.

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