About the Project

Evolution Terminals is planning to build up to 619,000 m3 of liquid storage capacity and a dedicated multi-berth jetty. Through a pre-negotiated land package, there is scope to increase capacity in future, subject to all necessary permits and approvals.

The Terminal is situated at the mouth of the Sloehaven Channel, in the North Sea Port of Vlissingen, and is directly accessible from the North Sea without the need to transit locks and sluices or to navigate inland canals.

Plans for the Terminal include the construction of a dedicated deep-water Jetty offering up to 17 metres draught, capable of receiving large sea-going vessels; and dedicatd loading facilities for Rail Tanker Carriages (RTC) and Road Tanker Trucks (RTT) connecting the Terminal to the hinterlands.

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The adjoining Scheldt River connects the Terminal to the Ports of Antwerp, Ghent and Terneuzen, as well as to the European inland waterway infrastructure.

Due to innovative design, build specification and planned multi-permitting of storage tanks for a wide range of liquid bulk products, the Terminal will provide its customers with a flexible liquid bulk storage solution.

Evolution Terminals will be designed and built conforming to the safety requirements of the Dutch PGS 29 regulations, and is located in a strategic hub within the ARA region.

Key Features

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Strategic deep-water location for Bulk Liquid Storage

First operations planned for 2023

Flexible Storage Contracts

Multi-permitting of tanks for multiple products types

Jetty with up to 17 meters draught

Connected to the European inland waterways

Direct access to the North Sea

RTC and RTT loading facilities for accessing the hinterlands

24 hours a day, 365 days a year operations

Bonded Warehousing

On-site priority surveying

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