Sines

General information

Name:
Sines
Country:
Portugal
UN/Locode:
PTSIE
Local time:
Vessels in port:
17
Expected Vessels:
25
Berths:
9
Coordinates:
N 37° 56' W 008° 51'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Tanker
24.04. 17:47
Cargo Ship
23.04. 22:50
Cargo Ship
23.04. 22:01
Tanker
23.04. 20:33
Cargo Ship
23.04. 20:14
Tanker
23.04. 18:57
Tanker
23.04. 17:35
Tanker
23.04. 09:18
Tanker
23.04. 03:37
Cargo Ship
23.04. 03:20

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
24.04. 23:00
Cargo Ship
25.04. 09:00
Cargo Ship
25.04. 11:00
Cargo Ship
25.04. 11:30
Tanker
25.04. 14:00
Cargo Ship
25.04. 16:00
Cargo Ship
25.04. 19:00
Tanker
25.04. 20:00
Tanker
25.04. 22:00
Tanker
25.04. 22:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
24.04. 20:43
Tanker
24.04. 16:37
Tanker
24.04. 15:34
Tanker
24.04. 13:37
Cargo Ship
24.04. 09:33
Cargo Ship
24.04. 03:47
Cargo Ship
23.04. 21:29
Tanker
23.04. 14:01
Cargo Ship
23.04. 02:14
Tanker
22.04. 06:31

Latest news

Portugal’s Largest Terminal to Receive Super-Sized Crane

Tue Oct 24 10:12:28 CEST 2017 arnekiel

A new Paceco España contract with the largest container terminal in Portugal will result in the Spanish crane engineering company producing a 'Portainer Malaccamax' ship to shore (STS) crane that can manage 22,000 TEU vessels. The crane being built for PSA Sines Terminal XXI will be 133 metres tall, have a top A frame height of nearly 91 metres, a height under spreader of 48 metres, an outreach of 70 metres, and be able to reach the 24th container row of a vessel, making it one of the largest cranes in existence. Paceco España has started to design and manufacture its Portainer Malaccamax crane — classed as a ‘Super Post-Panamax’ crane due to its outreach being more than that of the 19 to 22 container rows that these types of cranes can achieve. The terminal’s quay length is 946 metres in length, with an additional 200 metres for a feeder berth, and is currently accommodating a mix of nine Super-Post-Panamax and 'Post-Panamax' quay cranes — able to achieve a 16 to 18 container outreach. Paceco España has supplied eight of the terminal's cranes, with the last produced by Japanese Paceco Group company Mitsui, Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES). PSA Sines Terminal XXI has an ongoing development plan that aims to increase its current 2.1 million annual TEU capacity. https://www.porttechnology.org/news/portugals_largest_terminal_to_receive_super_sized_crane

Portugal government to launch new port concessions for Sines and Leixões

Fri Aug 24 11:06:32 CEST 2012 arnekiel

Portugal's Secretary of State for Transport, Sergio Monteiro, has announced that the government will shortly launch two new port concessions as part of its Strategic Plan for Transport. These are believed to be the Vasco Da Gama terminal in Sines and an expanded container handling operation in Leixões.

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