Wagenborg Terminal Eemshaven

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  • AEO
  • ISO 9001 certified
  • ISO 14001 certified

Eemshaven in a nutshell

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160.000 storage area
10 t/m2 surface load
Draft of 14m
1.540m quay length

Wagenborg operates a high-performance multipurpose terminal at the Julianahaven en Emmahaven in Eemshaven. Its equipment and its location qualify the terminal for the handling of any kind of goods. The terminal has a storage area of ​​160,000 square meters and a quay length of over 1.500 meters. Its modern facilities and privileged location make it a popular base port for offshore wind projects. Wagenborg terminal Eemshaven has already supported various offshore windfarms in the North Sea with port logistic services.

 

Wagenborg wants to contribute to a cleaner environment and less emissions on the quays in the port.
A good example is the realization of a shore power connection on our quay in Eemshaven. The electricity supplied for this connection is generated in a green manner, thereby reducing CO2 throughout the chain.

Port basin

  • Width of port basin: 300 mtr
  • Height of quay above N.A.P.: 4,4 mtr
  • Water depth at quay side: 12 mtr
  • Tidal range 2–3 mtr
  • Distance Jack-up Barge: min. 15 mtr from quayside for jacking up
  • Surface load at quay side 2,5 tons/sqm
  • Bollard pull 800 Kilo Newton (two bollards every 20 mtr)

Port access

  • Gate passage: unrestricted height
  • 500 mtr wide, no further barriers
  • Depth: 14 mtr at high water (NAP) incl. 10% UKC (UKC Under Keel Clearance)
  • No locks

Other

  • 2x 12 axle-lines SPMT + 2 PPU
  • Cherry Pickers (several heights)
  • Telescopic handler
  • Forklifts
  • Generators
  • RoRo ramp: width of 12 mtr, max. load of 90 tons, limited clearance

Handling portfolio Eemshaven

Onshore/Offshore wind
Project cargo and heavy-lift
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RoRo traffic
Bulk cargo

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