Access World Terminals expands premises and activities in North Sea Port
Access World Terminals reports it is expanding its business premises in Vlissingen by nearly 5 hectares. On Friday 17 May, the company and North Sea Port signed an additional leasehold contract to this end.
The newly occupied area adjoins the company's existing site, bringing the total area to 13 hectares.
This expansion will give the company improved maritime access. In addition, it will increase the storage capacity for ferrous alloys, required for the diversification of goods related to ferrous alloys and for the corresponding handling of the goods.
New quay and warehouses
North Sea Port will build a 290-metre quay on the site at Kaloothaven dock in 2020. Construction will take about a year and a half. The quay will be accessible to ships with a draught of 13 metres. The cost of this investment will be EUR 10 million.
Access World Terminals is investing in new warehouses covering an area of 25,000 m². The warehouses will be built in several phases. Phase 1 will be completed by the end of 2020.
About Access World Terminals
Access World Terminals, formerly Pacorini Metals Terminals, took over the terminal of the American firm Arrow in Vlissingen in 2011. Arrow had located there in 1995. Access World Terminals is active in the fields of warehousing and transhipment for shipping and logistical services related to ferrous alloys destined for the steel industry, for example. Its activities also include warehousing and transhipment of minerals and other bulk products. In addition to the activities in Vlissingen, Access World has a worldwide network of more than 150 locations and operates in over 25 countries.