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Grangemouth - Containers

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Grangemouth is Scotland’s largest container port specialising in short-sea feeder operations, linking Scotland to the UK and European deep-sea ports.

The container facility is well equipped with two modern gantry cranes, 13 straddle carriers, which are capable of handling boxes between 20ft and 45ft.

Grangemouth Container Terminal offers:

  • Regular container services with daily sailings to Rotterdam, Antwerp, Felixstowe and Hamburg.
  • Trade routes to the Netherlands, Belgium, St Petersburg and the UK South Coast ports.
  • Throughput of over 210,000 TEU per annum.
  • Facilities for all container types and size.
  • Various logistics packages available, including container de-vanning and stuffing, warehousing and distribution.
  • 24/7 Sunday to Saturday working
  • Container terminal is rail linked to main East and West Coast lines, which are free of any gauge constraints.
  • Regular train connections to Glasgow, Aberdeen and North of England.
  • Well-equipped empty compound.

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