DMT (Dunkerque Multibulk Terminal) — situated in Dunkirk’s Eastern Harbour
With its covered storage areas, some of them wharfside, DMT offers a complete solution of discharging and reloading ships and barges or trains for all types of small bulk cargoes. In particular, the terminal is specialized in the handling of powdered goods and has specific equipment for this.
The quay and storage yard extension was commissioned at the beginning of 2013. The maritime quay and the waterway berth provide access for ships and barges and allow high throughputs at loading and discharge. A further 15,000m2 of wharfside storage yards means DMT can offer new, competitive logistics solutions.
With private railway sidings, weighbridges and a train intake pit, DMT offers a reception and shipment rate of 300 tonnes per hour for agricultural products.The facilities also include truck loading and unloading stations and road weighbridges.
Another of DMT’s strengths is its 65,000m2 of total available storage capacity, 55,000m2 of which is designed for the storage of fertilizer and other ores (magnolite, clinker, gypsum, etc). DMT can offer customized solutions such as bagging services.
SEABULK (subsidiary of the SEA-INVEST Group)
Present in dozens of terminals in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland and Ivory Coast, SEABULK is one of the leading operators on the dry bulk handling market.
At Dunkirk, SEABULK not only handles small dry bulk traffic but is also one of the main operators in industrial heavy bulks.
Installed in the eastern, central and western parts of the port, SEABULK has multimodal terminals and efficient equipment for the handling of small dry bulks. With its facilities on terminals dedicated to the handling and storage of bulk goods, SEABULK is able (depending on the area of the port) to accommodate ships with draughts of up to 14.20m.
Specializing in almost all types of dry bulk, SEABULK is particularly active in the sector of fertilizer, agricultural bulks, bauxite, lime, scrap metal, etc, and also offers its clients large areas of open storage and possibilities of covered storage. SEABULK is also a major operator of the port of Dunkirk in the field of industrial heavy bulks. Having its facilities in the western part of the port (with direct access to the sea), the terminal boasts 200,000m2 of storage space and can accommodate ships with draughts of up to 18.50m. Its 650 metres of quayside allow two Capesize ships to berth simultaneously.