Global Shipping Services Limited operate from the Humber Ports of Hull, Goole and Immingham
The Port of Hull is on the north bank of the Humber Estuary and is just 20 miles from the North Sea. Hull is connected by dual carriageway road links to the M62 and then M18, and M1, to service the whole of the British Isles. It is also connected into the inland waterways system.
Hull handles containers, ferry travel and roro, and specialises in handling forest products and a range of bulk commodities. Hull is also home to the UK's first fully-enclosed cargo-handling facility for weather-sensitive cargoes such as steel.
The Port of Goole is the UK's most inland port ideally situated for access to the country's transport infrastructure. Located on the River Ouse and less than two miles from the M62. Goole is only 30 minutes' drive from the industrial areas of West and South Yorkshire. The port also has rail connections to many berths and well-used canal connections to West and South Yorkshire.
Goole handles containers, forest products and a range of bulk commodities.
The Port of Immingham offers an extensive range of roro and lolo freight services to Northern Europe, Scandinavia, and the Baltic. With river and in-dock deep-water facilities and easy access to the major trade routes, Immingham is less than 24 hours from a European market of 170 million people.
Modern rail infrastructure handles more than 260 rail freight movements a week, with the port also offering high-speed road links - from the M180 through to the M18 and M1 - allowing UK-wide cargo distribution from a location strategically close to the UK's industrial heartland.