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Dry bulk and wood pellet warehouse – Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Development of a new quay warehouse (referred to as the Phoenix Warehouse) for a wide variety of dry bulk products, equipped with a state of the art sliding roof and having a capacity of 35.000 tons

Dry bulk terminal expansion – Rotterdam, The Netherlands

European Bulk Services (EBS) operates a dry bulk terminal for intermediate storage of mineral bulk, agribulk and biomass products. The terminal has a total annual throughput of approx. 8 million tons, and a total land area of 30ha. An additional 5ha plot of land had to be developed into a new multi-purpose stacking area, suitable for maneuvering with heavy equipment.

Liquid Bulk Terminal El Sokhna, Egypt

Sonker Oil Terminal Al Sokhna (SOTCO) is planning to advance with the development of the Sokhna Port Basin Three Liquid Terminal. The liquid bulk terminal is planned adjacent to and surrounding the existing ammonia tanks. A master plan of the terminal, incorporating the ammonia tanks, has already been drafted. Now three gasoil tanks and three LPG tanks will be developed by SOTCO (Phase A of the tankfarm). This development will be engineered and constructed.

Modification ammonia export jetty – Bethioua, Algeria

PDG Sorfert Algerie was in the process of developing an ammonia production plant in the Port of Bethioua. The existing M1 jetty was designated to be used for loading vessels with liquid ammonia for export purposes. The existing maritime structures forming the berth such as the fender system, mooring dolphins and the loading platform were designed to accommodate large LNG-carriers of 125,000 DWT. However...

Feasibility Study Container Terminal – Vlissingen, The Netherlands

Set-up and project management of large and complex feasibility study / transformation plan of turning an existing break-bulk terminal into a deep-sea container terminal.