Container Facilities

Warrenpoint Port has the facility to handle Containers vessels with 300 metres of Deep Water Quays at 7.5 metres at low tide.

The Port has 3 x 45 tonne Reach Stackers, experienced stevedores, and a computerised stock control system.  2015 saw the highest number of containers ever handled through the Port of Warrenpoint .

Our customer Cronus Logistics continue to build upon their container business with a fantastic unit throughput of 20,295 units in 2016.

Cronus Logistics

As an exporter or importer on the Irish Gateway, what you need from your supply chain partner is a reliable road and sea transport solution that consistently delivers.

Cronus Logistics puts its customers first, tailoring and building bespoke service solutions. With an experienced team that understands the finer details and nuances of the route, Cronus is an expert on the Irish Sea.

The company’s innovative multimodal door-to-door service delivers a radical and exciting supply chain alternative.

Operating between South West England, Wales and Ireland through the ports of Bristol, Cardiff, Warrenpoint and Dublin, Cronus provides the industry with a cost effective southern supply chain service across the Irish Sea that saves on road miles, CO2 emissions and gives its customers a competitive market edge.

Uniquely on the Irish Sea, Cronus Logistics controls the entire supply chain from point of collection to point of delivery. Operating its own ships, with regular weekly departures in each direction for all freight – full container loads (FCL), curtain-siders, coil carriers, super high cube containers and flat racks.

Cronus Logistics is ideally positioned to offer proven, key alternative routes to market on its tried and tested scheduled door-to-door service between South West England, Wales and Ireland offering some important advantages:

  • Reduced road miles
  • Reduced CO2 emissions
  • Dedicated door-to-door service
  • Experts on the UK – Ireland gateway

 

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