APM Terminals Zeebrugge
Close to the main shipping routes
Zeebrugge is a coastal port in north-west Europe, in the Hamburg - Le Havre range. All ships sailing to northern European ports pass the port of Zeebrugge.
No tidal dependencies
The port of Zeebrugge is easily accessible, totally independent of the tide. You don't have to adapt your schedule to the tides. Water depth is 15.2 meters in approach at all tides.The alongside water depth is 16 meters.
Zeebrugge is a coastal port, so there are no river dependencies. This means reduced dependency on pilots for your ships. Unlike most coastal ports, we do not have any wind problems.
No vessel length limitations
Even the largest vessels can access APM Terminals Zeebrugge. The port is ready for future ships.
Zeebrugge is a natural gateway to a wide range of hinterland locations. The main industrial areas in Europe can be reached easily by barge, train and/or truck.
There is no congestions on water nor on land. This means your ships can always enter the port quickly and trucks have no delays in reaching the terminal.
- Straddle carrier operation
- Crane productivity: 38.8 moves/hour
- 7 super post panamax cranes (23+1)
- RMG productivity: 30 moves/hour
- 2 RMG's for rail operations
- 1,300m quay in 2013
- Total capacity: > 1,000,000 TEU