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Port Almeria 02

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3077 x 1688 px

Ribera I quay of Carboneras port, in Almería. Polivalent quay mainly used for handling bulk cargoes. It has 246m berth lenght and a draft of 17m.

Port Cadiz 02

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1840 x 1232 px

The Bajo de la Cabezuela berth in the port of Cádiz is an alternative for dry bulk cargoes to the ports of Cádiz, Huelva and Sevilla in South Spain.

Port Coruna 06

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1594 x 1173 px

View of Centenario Sur quay at the port of Coruna. I counts with 385m lenght and 11m draft, used for bulk cargoes.

Port Gijon 01

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1840 x 1232 px

Grab on the quay at the port of Gijon. The size and disign of the grabs should be adapted to each product type due to its sizing, moisture content and density. It will facilitate and optimize the loading and discharging operations and thus will affect to the cost of the operation.

Port Gijon 03

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4163 x 2025 px

View of the Olano quay at the port of Gijón. It is for the handling of bulk commodities including cement, clinker and coal. With drafts of 6,5m to 14m in the 2nd section.

Port Gijon 06

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1840 x 1232 px

Gijon is the Spanish port handling more dry bulk cargo with over 20 million tons per year. Osa quay was formerly of policalent use and today for containers.

Port Tarragona 14

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1600 x 1109 px

 

Tarragona is the coal port in the North East Spain. Tarragona is the most important port for bulk commodities in the Spanish Mediterranean. Part of the traffic that Barcelona used to receive for the cement plants nearby was moved to Tarragona.