Container and Terminal Division

The Container and Terminal Division principal activities include LoLo shipping activities under the Eucon brand and the operation of two container terminals, Dublin Ferryport Terminals and Belfast Container Terminal, within the two main ports on the island of Ireland.

Eucon

Eucon is the market leader in the sector, operating a fleet of chartered container vessels ranging in size from 750 – 1,000 teu capacity, connecting the Irish ports of Dublin, Cork and Belfast with the Continental ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp. Eucon deploys 4,200 owned and leased containers (equivalent to 8,100 teu) of varying types thereby offering a full range of services from palletised, project and temperature controlled cargo to Irish and European importers and exporters from all points on the island of Ireland to destinations across 20 European countries.

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Dublin Ferryport Terminals

Dublin Ferryport Terminals operates its Dublin Port container facility from a leasehold facility covering over 32 acres. The facilities comprise 480 metres of berths for container ships, with a depth of 9 to 11 metres and is equipped with 3 modern Liebherr gantry cranes (40 tonne capacity) and 10 rubber-tyred gantries (40 tonne capacity) on a strategically located site within three kilometres of Dublin city centre and within one kilometre of the Dublin Port Tunnel, providing direct access to Ireland’s motorway network. The rubber-tyred gantries include the addition of two electrically operated rubber-tyred gantries incorporating latest technologies to allow for remote operation were commissioned during the year. The Division was successful in a public tender process to be the first operator in the new Dublin Inland Port. A 20-year lease was signed for this facility which is expected to be operational by the end of 2021. The Dublin Inland Port is located adjacent to Dublin Airport with direct access to the M50 Motorway (Dublin Ring Road) and Dublin Port via the Port Tunnel.

Belfast Container Terminal

Belfast Container Terminal operates the sole container terminal at Belfast under a services concession agreement with Belfast Harbour Commissioners (BHC). This facility comprises of a 27 acre site, equipped with three ship to shore gantry cranes and eight electrically operated rubber-tyred gantry cranes.

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