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Terminal Analysis: Port of Felixstowe
By Robert King on 15 December 2017
   BlueWater Reporting’s Terminal Analysis tool shows more containers are deployed through the Port of Felixstowe’s Trinity Terminal than any other terminal at the port.
   This chart displays a snapshot of container and reefer capacity deployed through the Port of Felixstowe, according to BlueWater Reporting’s Terminal Analysis tool.
   The Trinity Terminal takes the lead, with services calling the terminal having a total combined deployed capacity of 1.78 million TEUs and 113,692 reefer plugs.
   Berths 8 & 9 for Mega Vessels and Landguard Terminal see much less container business. Services calling Berths 8 & 9 for Mega Vessels have a total combined deployed capacity of 190,229 TEUs and 6,510 reefer plugs, while services calling Landguard Terminal have a total combined deployed capacity of 17,121 TEUs and 2,860 reefer plugs.
   The Trinity Terminal accounts for over 89 percent of the 1.99 million TEUs deployed through the Port of Felixstowe, and more than 92 percent of the 123,062 reefer plugs deployed through the port.
   The 2M Alliance - comprised of Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. - is responsible for more than a million TEUs and over 50,000 reefer plugs deployed through the Trinity Terminal.