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Terminales Atlánticas De Vigo Is The New Stevedore In The Port Of Vigo

Terminales Atlánticas de Vigo is the new stevedore in the port of Vigo

Vigo, Spain (PortSEurope) September 6, 2021 – Terminales Atlánticas Vigo (TAV) has started operations as the new stevedore providing port services and cargo handling in the port of Vigo. Functions include stowage, unloading and management of the operations and logistics of goods in port for general cargo terminal, projects, Ro-Ro cargo, bulk and auxiliary storage services, lashing and technical assistance services. The customers are Galician businesses
importing and exporting cargo through the port and requiring integrated logistics services. One of the first operations for TAV, carried out at the end of August and beginning of September, was for CITIC Censa, part of China’s CITIC Heavy Industries Co, a heavy engineering company. TAV handled fine kiln sections for maritime transport to Australia. The stowage operation developed by TAV consisted of loading five large kiln sections and their tools with weights between 130 and 145 tons and dimensions of 25 meters long and 6.5 in diameter. The Citic Censa equipment has been loaded to Port Headland (Western Australia) on the ship “BBC Paraná”, a general cargo ship of 143 meters in length, 23 in beam, a gross tonnage of 12,980 tons and is equipped with its own cranes up to 500 tons. “We are excited to incorporate greater logistics capacity in the port of Vigo, at a time when customers are looking for new ways to meet consumer demand. The objective of TAV is to provide customers with an integrated offer of logistics services and provide greater flexibility in decision-making ”, says Israel Cea, director of Terminal deTAV – Terminales Atlánticas Vigo. TAV is part of Maritima Consiflet, SA, and also has operations in the ports of A Coruña and Ferrol. Stevedoring services at the port are also provided by Termavi, Suardíaz, Bergé, Pérez Torres and Kaleido. Port of Vigo located in Vigo, Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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