Jurong Port’s common user Cement Terminal is the world’s largest, and comes equipped with an advanced airslide conveyor system that allows for an eco-friendly and efficient way of handling cement.
Our berths are available up to mini-Capesize specifications, so alongside and ship-to-ship transfer of all types of bulk cargoes including grains and coal can be done with ease. Jurong Port offers a one-stop solution for our customers, which includes the arrangements for berth, fendering, access to our wide pool of stevedore contractors and facilitation for faster approval from authorities.
Another of our dedicated bulk berth is equipped with 2 level luffing cranes (LLCs) and hoppers to handle a wide range of bulk cargoes such as copper slag, furnace slag, gypsum, limestone, manganese ore, marine salt, scrap iron, sulphur and more.
Jurong Port’s LLCs have a working load of up to 40 tonnes with an outreach of up to 33m. They can be used with a variety of attachments such as buckets, peel grabs and bins to handle different cargo types. A discharge rate of up to 600MT per hour is achievable, depending on the cargo type and stowage.
Jurong Port provides berths that are outfitted to serve the load and discharge of liquid bulk cargoes.
This is done through a series of pipelines for the transfer of lubricating oils and diesel to our customers’ blending and distribution facilities located near the port.
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Headquartered in Singapore, Jurong Port is a leading international multipurpose port operator handling general, bulk and containerised cargo. Jurong Port began operations in 1965 as a general and bulk cargo port, serving the development needs of Singapore’s Jurong industrial estate. Today, its main gateway terminal in Singapore welcomes more than 15,000 vessels each year from both the region and internationally.
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