FERROL, SPAIN

IBERIA TERMINALS

 
 
Equipment
QC

2

RTG / RMG

4

RS

2

TT

To be subcontracted

Trailer

6

Fork Lift

2

 
Length of Quay1500 m
 
Capacity
1st Phase Container Capacity (TEU/yr)1st Phase Container Capacity (TEU/yr)

240.000

Reefer PlugReefer Plug

216

 
Location
 
Berth Information
Length (m) 600
Draft (m) 20
Overview

THE DEEPEST CONTAINER TERMINAL IN IBERIA

Ferrol Container Terminal is the right choice for customers looking for a privileged location with its outer harbor. Ferrol offers the deepest container terminal in the Atlantic Coast of Southwest Europe. The terminal offers a quay wall of 1450 meters, 20 meters’ deep draft, and an annual container handling capacity up to 1.500.000 TEUs in its 290.000 square meters of land area. YILPORT Ferrol grants all the conditions to accommodate and serve the biggest ultra large container vessels expected to be built in the upcoming years.

The terminal is well connected to the Spanish highway system, granting it the capacity to serve the vast Iberian hinterland. The logistics network extends to the south to Portugal through A-9, to the southeast to Madrid through A-6, and to the east to Cantabria and the Basque Country through AG-64 and A-8 highways. The terminal offers intermodal transfer, stuffing and stripping in its warehousing facilities and depot services with its one- stop-shop service. It is the only deep-sea container terminal in the North of Galicia, with several important towns and industrial areas within a radius of 120 kilometers. More than 3 million inhabitants live on its nearby hinterland.

Due to proximity to major container maritime routes, Ferrol offers the best location for container transshipment Atlantic operations feeding Spain, Portugal, France, Ireland, and Southern Britain with practically no deviation.

Its privileged location, deep draft, excellent infrastructure, and management experience endorsed by core companies of the industry make YILPORT Ferrol the best option for containerized cargo on the northwest of Iberian Peninsula.