Trinity Terminal is the largest container handling facility in the UK, and has one of Europe’s longest continuous quays, at 2,354 metres. The total developed area of Trinity Terminal stands at 136.7 hectares.
The terminal has seven deep-water berths, varying in depth from 11.6 metres to 16.5 metres alongside, and some of the world’s largest container cranes. This allows it to accommodate the largest container ships currently afloat. The Terminal has earned a reputation as one of the most efficient and high-tech container terminals in Europe.
GREATER EFFICIENCIES THROUGH INVESTMENT IN TECHNOLOGY
The terminal is serviced by 17 ship-to-shore gantry cranes wit outreach of up to 23-containers wide, and equipped with twin lift capability and heavy lift capacity of 85 tonnes.
The container storage area is served by a fleet of 48 rubber-tyred gantry cranes, 10 high stacking container handlers and 4 top loading reach-stackers with a stacking capacity of 102,000 TEUs.
The Port of Felixstowe is the UK’s leading port for the transportation of refrigerated goods, Trinity Terminal is equipped with 1,600 reefer points to supply power to refrigerated containers.
SPECIALIST HANDLING CAPABILITY
Trinity Terminal also provides specialist cargo handling capabilities, with a highly skilled and experienced workforce able to deploy the port’s specialist lifting equipment. Non-unitised cargoes can be loaded and unloaded alongside the standard container operations as well as more complicated heavy project and break bulk cargoes.
TRINITY TERMINAL STATS
Length of quay
Deep-sea container berths
Depth of water below chart datum
16.5m for 899m of quay
14m for 912m of quay
11.9m for 338m of quay
11.6m for 205m of quay
17 Quayside cranes
10 x 23 containers wide
3 x 20 containers wide
3 x 18 containers wide
1 x 16 containers wide
48 Stacking cranes
48 x 40 tonnes capacity (1 over 5)
10 x 6 high stacking empty container handlers
4 top loading reach-stackers, 45 tonnes capacity
Tel : +44(0)1394 604500
Fax: +44(0)1394 604949