Rhein Ruhr Terminal (Gateway West / Home Terminal)

Terminal

Address

Services

  • Pre-transport and end-transport
    Yes
  • Warehouse
    Yes, in-house at terminal
  • Transhipment dangerous goods
    Class 2.1, Class 2.2, Class 2.3, Class 3.1, Class 3.2, Class 3.3, Class 4.1, Class 4.2, Class 4.3, Class 5.1, Class 6.1, Class 8, Class 9
  • Reefer connections
    18
  • Empty Depot Services
    Cleaning, Repair, Pre-trip Inspection, Estimating

Opening hours

Business
Monday6:00-21:00
Tuesday6:00-21:00
Wednesday6:00-21:00
Thursday6:00-21:00
Friday6:00-21:00
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
Barge
Monday0:00-23:59
Tuesday0:00-23:59
Wednesday0:00-23:59
Thursday0:00-23:59
Friday0:00-23:59
Saturday0:00-23:59
SundayClosed
Rail
Monday0:00-23:59
Tuesday0:00-23:59
Wednesday0:00-23:59
Thursday0:00-23:59
Friday0:00-23:59
Saturday0:00-23:59
SundayClosed

Empty container depots

OperatorPickUpDropOff
COSCO SHIPPING Lines
CSAV

Sustainability

CO2 emission/container: 3.71 kg Terminal avg.: 12.15 kg
CO2 reduction (level 0-4):
  • Monitoring fuel usage
  • Efficient equipment usage
  • Efficient operations
  • Communication
  • Innovation
  • Supply chain collaboration
CO2 reduction level (avg)
0
1
2
3
4

This terminal was last audited on: Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Audit details

(last audit on Tuesday, October 24, 2017) Info on terminal details

Profile

  • Lot size terminal
    149000 m2
  • Capacity - containers per annum
    500000
  • Quay length
    710 m
  • Number of rail tracks on terminal
    6
  • Number of cranes
    4
  • Number of reach stackers
    6
  • Number of empty stackers
    3
  • RRT operates two trimodal container terminals within Duisburg – RRT Home Terminal and RRT Gateway West. The range of services offered by RRT opens up a variety of individual opportunities. The port of Rotterdam is connected to the Rhineland industrial region by night train services. As an alternative to direct truck runs, barges can transport large numbers of containers on schedule in around 18 hours from Duisburg to Rotterdam and Antwerp. By pairing water and rail transport, RRT ensures an intelligent exchange of goods flows by "modal merge". This includes triangular transports between Duisburg, Stuttgart and Rotterdam with the R2X train system or links from the western ports with the OWX train system ex Duisburg to the hinterland terminal in Bönen and by OWX2 via Minden to Hamburg and Bremerhaven.

Accessibility and Connectivity

  • Inland shipping connection to/from Rotterdam
    5 connection(s)
  • Transit time by inland shipping
    15 hour(s)
  • Rail connection to/from Rotterdam
    3 connection(s)
  • Transit time by rail
    6 hour(s)
  • Vessel classes permitted at the terminal
    CEMT VII
  • Length of longest rail track at terminal
    400 m
  • Supply of cargo to terminal by third parties possible?
    Yes

Security

  • AEO security
    Yes
  • Access control
    Yes
  • Camera surveillance
    Yes

Safety - People

  • Job descriptions include attention for Health & Safety Aspects and control measures
    Yes
  • Health & Safety is evaluated annually with the personnel
    Yes
  • Instructions are given regularly
    Yes
  • (Near) accident registration are registered and subsequent measures are taken
    Yes
  • Personnel comply with the safety regulations and wear protective clothing
    Yes

Safety - Material

  • Fire extinguishers are provided with valid inspection certificate
    Yes
  • Mobile machinery is provided with a maintenance certificate and/or there is a maintenance plan with a logbook
    Yes
  • Terminal is provided with signs which direct pedestrians and vehicles traffic
    No
  • Storage tanks and/or generator/power supplies are provided with inspection certificate
    Yes
  • In case of accidents resources are available at reasonable distance
    No

Customs

  • AEO Customs
    Yes
  • Local Clearance Procedure
    Yes
  • Customs warehouse
    Type C internal, Type C external

ICT

  • Track & trace cargo data
    Yes, on terminal
  • EDI communication possible
    Yes
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