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DP World Opens Limassol Passenger Terminal
The new cruise passenger terminal at DP World Limassol was inaugurated on May 7th, 2018 by Cyprus President, His Excellency Mr. Nicos Anastasiades; Minister of Transport, Communications and Works, Mrs. Vassiliki Anastassiadou; the Mayor of Limassol, Nicos Nicolaides and DP World Group Chairman and CEO, Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem. The operational opening of the terminal was attended by almost 300 guests and will enable the largest cruise ships in the world to visit the country for the first time. It provides world-class facilities and services for passengers and features seven pods with a total floor area of 8,205 m2. The terminal is designed to facilitate both Transit (day call) and Turnaround (home porting) services. In addition, the East berth with a length of 480m and depth of 11m is able to handle the largest cruise vessels in the world.
DP World's new passenger terminal opens at Limassol, Cyprus
A new modern terminal designed to accommodate the largest operating cruise vessels, is scheduled to open in the summer at DP World Limassol port, the terminal operator said in a press release. The new terminal consists of seven pods with an internal area of 7,000 square meters. Along with 24-hour availability the terminal offers integrated services including Home Call and Day Call handling capability, ensuring an improved customer experience. DP World Limassol has a draft of up to 11 metres (tide free) and three 400 metre berths that can accommodate cruise vessels. It is the third addition to the cruise terminal portfolio that DP World operates globally, after cruise terminal operations in Mina Rashid, Dubai and Quinquela Martin, Argentina.
DP World Limassol Upgrades Infrastructure to Enhance Operational Services
A range of new advanced handling equipment has been added as part of an ongoing upgrade by DP World Limassol in Cyprus. The new productive performance equipment will significantly enhance the efficiency and safety of port operations and reduce vessel turnaround time. The new equipment will be used predominantly for the loading and unloading of general cargo, break bulk and oil and gas. These acquisitions are part of DP World Limassol’s continuous investment in equipment to enhance services to customers and better handle the increasing general cargo and Ro-Ro volumes. The new equipment, listed below, will ensure that the DP World Limassol operations possess productivity enhancing options, aimed at delivering sustainable and reliable services and continue to improve customer satisfaction – one of the core objectives of DP World Limassol. The new equipment includes the following: 1 x Reach Stacker 40 tn for the handling of general cargo and containers 3 x ITVs (Tug Masters) for the movement of cargoes on trailers 1 x 64tn Mobile Harbour Crane with 2 spreaders for handling of General/Bulk Cargoes 1 x Ro/Ro Fork Lift 37.5 tons for handling of general cargo and containersUpload News