CMA CGM & Yokohama Sign Agreement for Honmokufuto D5 Terminal

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 10/28/2022, Location: Asia

Primes the relocation of CMA CGMs current container terminal operations at D4 to D5 by October 2026.
D5 terminal will accommodate shipments arriving on larger vessels of up to 15,000-TEU, provide 20% more container yard capacity and 120% more container reefer plugs.
A greener terminal backed by an infrastructure of near-zero emission rubber tyred gantry cranes, cold ironing and LNG bunkering facilities.


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