Harwich International Port (HWH) is one of the UK’s leading multi-purpose freight and passenger ports with excellent road and rail links to the Midlands, London and the South East. It is ideally located for North Sea freight and passenger traffic to and from Scandinavia and the Benelux countries, offering first class ro-ro, ferry, container and bulk operations.

The Port, originally named Parkeston Quay after Great Eastern’s chairman Charles Parks, was privatised in 1984. Strategically located in the southeast quadrant of the UK, Harwich International Port is on the southern side of the River Stour. In 1997 the Port was acquired by Hutchison Ports (UK) Limited.

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