Alexandria "Old Port".
The Port of Alexandria (port code: EGALY), the second most important city and the main port of Egypt, is located on the western bank of the Nile Delta, between the Mediterranean Sea and Lake Mariut, in Alexandria, Egypt.
The port of Alexandria consists of two harbours (East and West) separated by a T-shaped peninsula. The East harbour is shallow and has no depth. The East Harbour is shallow and therefore not navigable by large ships. The western harbour is used for commercial shipping. The harbour is formed by two converging breakwaters.
The Port of Alexandria, controlled by the Alexandria Port Authority, is the largest in the country and handles about 55% of Egypt's international trade.
Terminal and Facility:
- Quay Length : 531 m
- Max Draft : 12.80 m
- Vessel Operation : 5 X Gantry cranes
- Yard Operation : 8 x RTG + 15 Heavy Top Lift Truck + 8 Empty Handler
- Storage Capacity : 15.500 TEU
- Terminal Throughput Capacity : 500,000 TEU
- Total Yard Area : 163.000 m2
- Reefer Plugs : 500