Services
Various services available at Redcar Bulk Terminal
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Facilities

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Capable of handling Cape Size Vessels with drafts up to 17 metres.
The Terminal operates 24/7 all year round. Separate Rail Loading and off-loading facilities for bulk cargoes. Excellent Road links with easy access to both the A19 and A1(M)

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Stevedores

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The Terminal Operates 24 hours a day all year round with its own dedicated and well trained workforce offering a full range of stevedoring and terminal handling services. 

The Terminal has a full complement of highly skilled Electrical and Mechanical Engineers as well as fitters, platers and welders together with on-site Work shop facilities to provide round the clock engineering support to all terminal operations.

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Storage

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Extensive open storage area for the storage of a variety of bulk cargoes.
Extensive areas for the set down of off shore wind projects.

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Bulk Handling

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Bulk materials discharged are transferred by conveyors into a large open bulk storage area where they are stock piled with stacker re-claimers pending redelivery. 

The Terminal area which lies immediately adjacent to the quay extends over an area of 320 acres / 130 hectares providing storage capacity for both bulk and conventional cargoes alike.

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Rail Freight

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The Terminal is equipped to handle rail wagons with separate load and offload bulk handling facilities. 

The loading of rail wagons is carried out by overhead hoppers directly fed by conveyors whilst off- loading of rail wagons is achieved by bottom discharge into underground hoppers and conveyor systems linked directly to the stockyards enabling the swift handling of rail traffic to and from the terminal.

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Offshore Wind

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Redcar Bulk Terminal is ideally located to serve the off shore wind industry and meets the full criteria for staging plus two as listed in the strategic review of UK East Coast Staging & Construction facilities carried out by the Offshore Wind Industry Council. During 2017 RBT was heavily involved with the Walney Extension Off Shore Wind Project fronted by Van Oord and in 2018 with Hornsea 1. RBT's involvement will continue into 2019 as further North Sea wind energy projects reach the installation stages.