square metre steel-framed grain store
with internal segregation
square metre cement terminal
accommodated up to 180 metres loa and
9.5 metres draft
placed to serve East Anglia's grain
gateway for dry bulks, with strong
East Anglia’s grain fields on its doorstep, Harwich
International Port has always been ideally placed to
handle grain exports. In addition, dry bulk handling
expertise also extends to cement, salt, rice and animal
built 6,000 square metre grain terminal features state-of-the-art
weighbridges, elevators and sampling equipment, together
with top-quality outside surfacing, grabs and cranes.
store can hold up to 20,000 tonnes of product in segregated
bays and the facility has a load rate of up to 1,700 tonnes
loading and unloading of trucks means that drivers have
minimal queuing whatever the weather.
has recently invested in a Bobcat 864 T200, a versatile
vehicle that can be lifted inside a vessel to help dig
out the sides when discharging, or used during loading
to help keep things tidy on the quay, helping to speed
grain handling operations.
volumes of grain continue to be handled throughout the
export season, as well as occasional imports of soya and
a 4,800 square metre cement terminal has the capacity to
store more than 20,000 tonnes of imported bulk-bagged cement.
It is equipped to despatch cement in bulk tanker loads,
in 1.5 tonne bulk bags, or in 25 kg sacks.
has the key advantage of deep water, offering bulk ships
a draft of up to 9.5 metres. The availability of land and
our enviable rail links add up to an unbeatable combination.