Quays for cargo
Quays for efficient handling of specific types of cargo
The Port of Thyboron has dedicated quays for a range of sectors and purposes. This page presents an overview of various quays and terminals for handling bulk and project cargo.
Quay facilities for bulk cargo
Efficient handling of bulk cargo that either has to be unloaded directly into trucks or stored at the harbour requires a stable workflow. The Port of Thyboron has several quays dedicated to bulk cargo operations, allowing you to work undisturbed.
Quay facilities for project cargo
Project cargo requires specific quay facilities with high load capacity and plenty of space for large-scale manoeuvres. The Port of Thyboron offers heavy-lift quays with a load capacity of up to 23 tonnes per square metre and plenty of surrounding space.
Quay facilities for cargo storage
Temporary storage of goods in warehouses at ports is an environmentally friendly solution, as it increases the use of sea routes. Quayside warehouses are vital for efficient handling, and the Port of Thyboron offers these.
Quay facilities for liquid bulk cargo
Bulk liquid cargo requires specific quay facilities, ideally with specially designed piping for efficient unloading and storage at the quay. The Port of Thyboron has two such facilities.
Full overview of quays suitable for handling cargo
Langholmkaj - quay 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020
Langholmkaj is an ideal cargo terminal for storing goods outdoors and in quayside warehouses, for both indoor and refrigerated storage.
Limfjordskaj l - quay 2003, 2004
Bulk cargo terminal with a 180-metre quay, designed specifically for the customer for handling sand and gravel, with 100,000 m2 of adjacent land.
Limfjordskaj ll - quay 2009, 2010
Project quay facilities with ample adjacent land for offshore wind projects. The heavy-lift facilities are suitable for project cargo, with a load capacity of 23 tonnes per square metre.
Limfjordskaj lll - Quay 2015, 2016
New dedicated terminal with 220 m cargo quay and 170 000 m2 quayside storage area positioned right next to the main road offers a solid potential for efficient cargo handling near the North Sea.
Oliekaj - quay 906, 907
130 metres of new quay designed for oil tankers, offshore supply vessels and industrial fishing vessels, which can also be used to handle bulk cargo. The quay has facilities for ex-pipe bunkering of large vessels, with a capacity to refuel at 1,500 l/min until the vessel is filled.
Sydhavnskaj - quay 2001, 2002
Sydhavnskaj is the oldest cargo terminal at the Port of Thyboron. The terminal has environmental approval to handle residues from the FMC chemical company. The quay is used for smaller coasters that require less water depth.
Søndre Mole - quay 800
Søndre Mole is an older quay that was dedicated to liquid bulk cargo (chemicals) in the 1990s. A direct pipeline from Søndre Mole to the FMC ensures simple logistics and safe handling.
Tobiskaj - quay 903, 904, 905
Tobiskaj has a custom-designed system for loading finished products from the TripleNine A/S fishmeal and fish oil factory, and is also used as a layover quay for fishing vessels as needed.