DFDS Seaways freight ferry shipping route
Gothenburg - Immingham
On this route there are six departures per week in both directions using 3 Ro-Ro vessels with a crossing time of approximately 26 hours.
The cargo mix on this route includes paper, steel, new cars, various equipments for the domestic industry, trailers, containers and cassettes, fully equipped to handle all kinds of rolling goods. In particular great experiences in handling new cars.
Access from terminal. From Immingham there is easy access to the M62 heading to big industrial cities in England and Scotland.
From Gothenburg, the gateway to and from Sweden, all motorways are in close range from the terminal to big cities like Oslo, Stockholm and Malmö.
Gothenburg - Immingham v.v.
||Wednesday 08:00 |
||Thursday 08:00 |
||Friday 08:00 |
||Saturday 11:00 |
|Sunday 14:00 |
||Tuesday 08:00 |
DFDS Seaways reserves the right to make changes in the above schedule.
Local times are used for all departures and arrivals.
Closing time is prior to sailing time
Passengers on freight vessels
Enquiries for passenger transport on this route should be addressed to Gothenburg (Tel: +46 31 65 08 67 , Monday - Friday 10:00-11:00 / Email: email@example.com ) or Immingham (Tel: +44 14 69 55 26 16 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Read more about passenger bookings here
Facilities on board
On this route our Ro-Ro vessels offer comfortable accommodation in shared double cabin usually with shower and toilet. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at set times and a canteen and TV lounge are available.
Bookings must be made before unit arrives at the gate and requests for shipment of Class 1 must be submitted one week before shipment.
- Latest booking times and check-in times for hazardous cargo ex-Gothenburg are described on the Gothenburg terminal page Latest booking times and check-in times for hazardous cargo ex-Immingham are described on the Immingham terminal page
- Class 7:
Radioactive substances are only accepted upon request at least 7 workingdays in advance and requires approval from the ports involved and from the DFDS Insurance Department, Copenhagen.