Our facilities at Greenock are situated in a highly accessible location with immediate access to a local population of over 2 million people. Excellent links to Glasgow and the central belt, a railway station, two nearby airports and motorway access via the A8/M8 ensure that Greenock is ideally placed as a local transit hub. We also have regular feeder services from Bilbao, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Southampton and Liverpool.
But it's about much more than connectivity. Take our container offer at Greenock for example. An extensive 372 metre quay length and 12.6 metres CD allows vessels to be accommodated alongside with ease and simplicity. Three iconic cranes which now form an integral part of the Greenock skyline can lift between 35-40 tonnes with an outreach of 13 containers across.
We're not short on storage area either, Greenock Ocean Terminal is within a 16-hectare site with a laden storage area of up to 2,000 TEU's and an empty storage area of up to 3,500 TEU's. An additional benefit is the 25,000 m sq covered storage area with unto 80 reefer points available on site. We're also able to devan and load containers on site.
The terminal handles a wide-range of forest products, including pulp and paper reels. These are all stored in our quayside warehouses to ease unloading and access to cargo.
Greenock is also home to the Greenock Cruise Terminal, this facility has undergone a major refurbishment recently, this has allowed the facility to grow into Scotland's busiest cruise terminal by passengers handled.
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