|Quay extension from 375m to over 500m||Ability to berth two WAFMAX dimension vessels simultaneously|
|Doubling terminal yard area to 10.5ha||Optimization of container capacity, stacking and clearance/drop-off arrangements|
|Installation of 2 Ship-to-Shore container gantries (to join existing three heavy duty mobile cranes)||Optimization of vessel turn-round times|
|New landside yard handling equipment||Optimization of terminal operations right through from vessel planning to yard operations, truck cycle times and reduction of dwell times|
|Extended I.T systems coverage||Optimization of terminal operations right through from vessel planning to yard operations, truck cycle times and reduction of dwell times|
|Note: The Phase 2 Expansion investments follow on from extensive new equipment additions undertaken recently under the Phase 1 development as well as highly beneficial organizational changes which include moving to 24/7 opening hours for the terminal.|
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