Eucon offers regular LoLo container services between Ireland and Continental Europe and v.v..
Eucon calls at six different ports, namely Rotterdam, Antwerp, Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Following please find a short description of the above mentioned ports.
The port of Dublin, located on the Irish east coast, is the main port of the Republic of Ireland.
Located in the heart of Dublin City, at the hub of the national road and rail network Dublin Port is a key strategic access point for Ireland and in particular the Dublin area.
Dublin Port handles almost 50% of the Republic’s trade, two thirds of all containerised trade and is the largest of the three base ports on the island of Ireland, the others being Belfast and Cork. Base ports offer multi-modal services with connections to transhipment ports such as Rotterdam and are important strategic trading hubs.
Dublin Port also handles over 1.76 million tourists through the ferry companies operating at the port and through the cruise vessels calling to the port. More information about scheduled services, pilotage, stevedoring etc. can be found on the
Dublin Port Website.<
|DFT||Alexandra Road, Dublin 1|
|MTL||Southbank Quay, Ringsend, Dublin 4|
|ALEX QUAY||Portroe Stevedores, Alexandra Road, Dublin 1|
The Port of Cork is the principal port on the South coast of Ireland. A natural, sheltered, deepwater harbour. It is ideally located close to the main shipping lanes to and from Northern Europe. Cork is one of two Irish ports which handle all five shipping modes. There are four distinct public port facilities situated at the City Quays, the Tivoli Industrial and Dock Estate, the Ringaskiddy Deepwater and Ferry Terminals and the Cobh Cruise Terminal.
|Tivoli||Tivoli Terminal Building, Tivoli Docks, Cork|
The Port of Belfast is Northern Ireland’s principal maritime gateway, serving the Northern Ireland economy and increasingly that of the Republic of Ireland. About 60% of Northern Ireland’s seaborne trade and 20% of the entire island’s is handled by the Port which receives over 6000 vessels each year. The Port is also a major centre of industry and commerce – its Harbour Estate is home to some of Northern Ireland’s most important urban regeneration projects and it is the region’s leading logistics & distribution hub.
|BCT/VT3||Victoria Terminal 3, Westbank Road, BT3 9JL Belfast|
Of all North Sea ports, Antwerp is the most centrally positioned with regard to the largest European production and consumption centres. A dense system of motorways, railways, inland waterways and pipelines help carry goods quickly, economically and efficiently between the port and its hinterland and more than 300 regular liner services offer 14,000 sailings every year to over 800 overseas destinations. Antwerp is famous for the high productivity in cargo handling and for the quality of the services it provides and calculations indicate that average annual productivity has grown 5% a year every since 1975.
|PSA Q869 Europaterminal||Scheldelaan 495, 2040 Zandvliet|
|PSA Q913 Noordzeeterminal||Scheldelaan 601, 2040 Zandvliet|
|PSA Q1742 Deurganck Terminal||Sint Antoniusweg, 9130 Doel|
|MSC Q730 Home terminal||Antwerpsebaan 57, 2040 Antwerpen|
|DP World Q1700 Gateway Terminal||Sint Antoniusweg, 9130 Doel|
|DP World Q700-742 Delwaide Dock||Nieuwe Westweg 1, 2040 Antwerpen|
Other terminals in Antwerp can be serviced via internal shunting connections, these would include but not limit to the following terminals: Q1333, Q1227, Q420.
We can arrange direct calls at any terminal in Antwerp based on inducement.
The port of Rotterdam is a hub of international goods flows, while at the same time an industrial complex of global stature. The port is the gateway to a European market of more than 350 million consumers. With an annual throughput of more than 400 million tonnes of goods, Rotterdam is by far the biggest seaport in Europe.
Rotterdam thanks its position to the excellent accessibility via the sea, the hinterland connections and the many companies and organisations, active in the port and industrial complex. The port stretches out over 40 kilometres and is about 10.500 ha (excluding Maasvlakte 2).
The port of Rotterdam is directly situated on the North Sea. The very largest ocean-going vessels can access the port unrestricted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The port has a depth of 24 metres (75 feet) and Rotterdam has no locks. The many maritime service providers guarantee rapid turnaround times.
The port of Rotterdam is investing continually to extend and improve its service. The most eye-catching project is the pending construction of Maasvlakte 2, a new port and industrial complex in the North Sea, with 1,000 hectares of industrial land directly on deep water and 750 hectares set aside for nature.
|RST South Side Terminal||Reeweg 35, 3089 KM Rotterdam, Port no. 2750|
|ECT Delta Terminal||Europaweg 875, 3199 LD Rotterdam (Maasvlakte), Port no. 8200|
|APM Terminal||Coloradoweg 50, 3199 LA Rotterdam (Maasvlakte), Port no. 8203|
|Uniport Terminal||Terminal Pier 5, 6 & 7 Waalhaven, Zaltbommelstraat 10, 3089 JK Rotterdam, Port no. 2530|
We also arrange pre- and on-carriage to various other terminals in Rotterdam and can also arrange direct calls on incentive.