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2017 Christmas and New Year Closing Times

Landside

Close Saturday 23rd December 2017 14:00hrs, re-open Wednesday 27th December 06:00hrs

Close Saturday 30th December 2017 14:00hrs, re-open Tuesday 2nd January 2018 06:00hrs


Shipside

Cease operations Sunday 24th December 2017 18:00hrs, re-start Wednesday 27th December 06:00hrs

Cease operations Sunday 31st December 2017 18:00hrs, re-start Tuesday 2nd January 2018 06:00hrs

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London Thamesport (LTP) is located in the heart of South East England, 10 miles from the M2 motorway, 35 miles from London. It is one of the UK’s busiest container ports. LTP is a member of the Hutchison Ports Group.

London Thamesport is owned and operated by Hutchison Ports, a subsidiary of CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd (CK Hutchison), the world's leading port investor, developer and operator with interests in a total of 49 ports, spanning 26 countries throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australasia. Hutchison Ports also owns a number of transportation-related service companies.

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Latest News
London Thamesport Receives First Train Move for Armitt Group
The first train has arrived at Hutchison Ports London Thamesport bringing steel coil for UK shipping agent and logistics company, The Armitt Group. Operated by DB Cargo, this is the first train to use the Group’s fully integrated 120,000 square feet speci
New Steel Handling Facility for London Thamesport
London Thamesport has signed an agreement with UK shipping agent and logistics company The Armitt Group for a purpose-built, 120,000 square feet specialist steel handling facility at the Kent port.
Containerships confirms London Thamesport Short Sea Role
London Thamesport’s growing reputation as a short-sea container hub has been enhanced with regular calls by Helsinki-based Containerships Ltd Oy. Containerships chose the Kent port to re-establish a direct service from and to the southern part of the UK