Head Office, 17-27 Queen's Square
17-27 Queen's Square
North Yorkshire

Located on the River Ouse, 50 miles from the mouth of the Humber, Howden is strategically placed as one of the most inland ports in the UK.

Close proximity to the M62 trans-pennine motorway, which connects Liverpool with Hull via Manchester and Leeds, means customers benefit from unrivalled access to the key industrial markets of the North, West and Midlands.

Our team at Howden have substantial knowledge and experience with dry bulk cargo and agribulk products, building strong customer relationships and delivering expert portcentric solutions to provide cost-saving and environmental benefits. Onsite, we operate a state of art bagging plant facility that blends fertiliser and delivers direct to the end customer.

The Port of Howden has a versatile and flexible offering using four general cargo berths, 28,000 m2 of covered warehousing, substantial open storage areas, cranes and specialist bulk handling facilities.


Versatile and flexible offering with four general cargo berths.

Substantial knowledge and experience with dry bulk cargo and agribulk.

Howden Contact Information

East Yorkshire
DN14 7UQ

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Award Winning

PD Ports awarded Gold Status from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for its commitment to health and safety excellence for the third consecutive year.

PD Ports - RoSPA Award Winner 2023