Associated British Ports
Happiness score is 41 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Henrik L. Pedersen
    52%
    approve of Henrik L. Pedersen's performance
  • Founded
    1962
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £366m to £730m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Marine Transportation
  • Headquarters
    25 Bedford St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ES, United Kingdom
  • Link
    Associated British Ports website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 80 reviews and is evolving.

3.2520183.0620193.0020201.7520212.602022

Reviews

Management in Immingham
on 18 April 2022
Overall a good company to work for
There is sadly a disconnect between the front line operational teams and the central functions which means the company has lost direction. Overall a good company to work for.
Dock Worker in Kingston upon Hull
on 9 August 2022
Terrible
Work/home life balance is non existent, to many middle management bringing in new regulations constantly.The more tickets you gain the less hours you seem to get, mainly so they don't have to pay you overtime.
Stock controller in Southampton, Hampshire
on 27 March 2022
Ok work place
Quite a lot of interesting things to see as you could imagine working in a port. Very relaxed working environment and some great people too. Would benefit if you're a bit older.
Cargo Handler in Southampton, Hampshire
on 9 March 2022
Easy job. Long unsocial hours
I have worked for ABP for a few years, the money is poor for the hours worked and these include nights and weekends regularly. Good lads and the job itself isn't too bad
Service Delivery Operative in Southampton
on 20 January 2022
False promises,no incentives or extras for working unsociable hours,no added pay for learning new skills which are highly responsible
False promises, no incentives or extras for working unsociable hours, no added pay for learning new skills which are highly responsible. Very clicky, won’t get anywhere unless your “in” with the right people

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