Home to Scotland’s deepest container terminal
Our facilities at here have 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.
An extensive 372 metre quay length and 12.6 metres CD allows vessels to be accommodated alongside with ease and simplicity. Three ship-to-shore cranes which now form an integral part of the Greenock skyline can lift between 35-40 tonnes with capacity of 35-40 tonnes and 13 containers across.
The opening of Liverpool2 has transformed the playing field for us, bringing deep-sea connections much closer to Scotland and we are now in a unique position thanks to our Irish Sea Hubs. Mega ocean container ships can now call directly into Liverpool, which acts as a feeder hub to us in Greenock, Ireland and Manchester, allowing closer import and export routes to market.
We’re not short on storage area either, Greenock Ocean Terminal is within a 50 acre site with a laden storage area of up to 7,000 TEU’s and an empty storage area of up to 3,500 TEU’s. An additional benefit is the 25,000 m sq modern multiuser warehousing with up to 80 reefer points and devanning facilities on site.
Sales Manager Bulks, Metals & Forest Products
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