TANK FARMS AND TERMINALS
Baltiysk Terminals B.V is one the world’s leading independent tank storage company. We operate a global network of terminals located at strategic locations along major trade routes. With a 19-years history and a strong focus on safety and sustainability, we ensure efficient, safe and clean storage and handling of bulk liquid products and gases for our customers. By doing so, we enable the delivery of products that are vital to our economy and daily lives, ranging from oil, chemicals, gases and LNG to biofuels and vegoils. Including our joint ventures and associates, we employ an international workforce of over 3000 people.
Baltiysk Terminals B.V currently, wholly own and operates JV with over ten different storage terminals in Rotterdam (The Netherlands), Ventspils (Latvia), Primorsk (Russia), Talinn (Estonia) and Houston(Texas), Malaysia, Cyprus and Antwerp (Belgium) with a total capacity over 5 million cubic meters.
The corporate headquarters are located in Rotterdam. With our Liaison offices at the various cities where our terminals are situated. Baltiysk Terminals B.V benefit from deep water access and excellent inter land connection via seagoing vessel, barges, rail, road and pipeline. All of our sites have expansion possibilities.
The Port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe, located in the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. The port of Rotterdam is an important hub and trade location for liquid bulk cargo products, from crude oil, gasoline, diesel and biofuels to liquid chemicals and edible oils and fats. Businesses and traders choose the port of Rotterdam because of its central location in Europe, the excellent maritime access, the economies of scale, the wide range of independent liquid bulk terminals and the reliable services.
In 2012 Rotterdam was the world's sixth-largest port in terms of annual cargo tonnage. Covering 105 square kilometres (41 sq mi), the port of Rotterdam now stretches over a distance of 40 kilometres (25 mi). It consists of the city centre's historic harbour area, including Delfshaven; the Maashaven/Rijnhaven/Feijenoord complex; the harbours around Nieuw-Mathenesse; Waalhaven; Vondelingenplaat; Eemhaven; Botlek; Europoort, situated along the Calandkanaal, Nieuwe Waterweg and Scheur (the latter two being continuations of the Nieuwe Maas); and the reclaimed Maasvlakte area, which projects into the North Sea.
The Port of Rotterdam contains 122 jetties and 23 berths on buoys. It maintains 29 tugboats and 6 pilot boats. The Port of Rotterdam has ample cargo-handling equipment, including 162 multi-purpose cranes, 103 container gantry cranes, 25 floating cranes, 22 ship-to-shore bulk cranes, 12 container cranes (rail terminals), and ten sheerleg cranes.
The Port of Rotterdam has over 90 terminals specializing in different types of cargoes. There are 35 terminals for liquid bulk cargoes, 17 multi-purpose terminals, and 15 dry bulk terminals. The Port of Rotterdam contains nine container terminals for deep-sea, short-sea, and inland shipping. It also has seven roll-on/roll-off terminals. It contains three juice terminals and two fruit terminals. The Port of Rotterdam also has one terminal each for steel and paper, cars, and cruise vessels. The steel and paper terminal is an all-weather terminal.
Channel: 36 - 40 feet 11 - 12.2 meters
Cargo Pier: 26 - 30 feet 7.1 - 9.1 meters
Mean Tide: 1 foot
Anchorage: 41 - 45 feet 12.5 - 13.7 meters
Oil Terminal: 31 - 35 feet 9.4 - 10 meters
Harbor Size: Large
Maximum Vessel Size: Over 500 feet in length
Harbor Type: River Natural
Turning Area: Yes
Good Holding Ground: Yes
LOADING & UNLOADING
Med Moor: No