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BOW terminal for Eemshaven

BOW Terminal of Vlissingen is to build a marine terminal in Eemshaven, in the northern Dutch province of Groningen

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The 22-ha will feature offshore wind transhipment, heavy lift, decommissioning and oil & gas. BOW’s dedicated 220m quay wall will be reinforced to 10 tonne/m2 strength by Groningen Seaports port authority. The basin has 16m of water depth. The company has not released the scheduled opening date to worldcargonews online.

 

BOW has been operating a similar terminal, occupying 25-ha with 525m of quay wall, in Vlissingen since 2010. The additional 1,400m quay wall for mobilisation and lay-by there is not a feature of the planned Eemshaven facility.

 

BOW is a subsidiary of Vlissingen-headquartered temperature-controlled warehousing and distribution group Kloosterboer.

Projection of the new Bow Eemshaven Terminal
Projection of the new Bow Eemshaven Terminal
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