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About ABP

Associated British Ports (ABP) is the leading provider of port facilities and services to shipping and cargo owners via 21 UK ports.

Its ports, together with the other transport-related businesses that constitute the ABP Group, form a UK-wide network capable of handling every conceivable type of cargo.

In a prime location on the north bank of the River Humber, the Port of Hull is one of the UK’s leading foreign-trading ports. Regular short-sea services operate to Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltic states, and the port also benefits from worldwide deep-sea connections.

The Port of Hull is the fourth largest port for international sea passengers handling nearly one million passengers per year. Hull is also one of the UK’s leading ports for forest products imports and, container and roll-on/roll-off traffic, handling approx 10m tonnes per annum.

Approximately 18,000 people are directly employed as a result of port activity in Hull and £40m has been invested by ABP since 2001.

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Delighted that Siemens has announced its investment in offshore wind in Hull: http://t.co/7qjAUqUKlI #SiemensHull
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John Fitzgerald - ABP Port Director, Humber
“Green Port Hull promises to be one of the most significant developments in the city and the Humber region for decades. It will stimulate economic prosperity for a region which has waited so long for a chance to demonstrate it's potential.”