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Facts & Figures | Odfjell Terminals Korea

Odfjell Terminals Korea is a state of the art terminal for storage and distribution of petrochemicals, and one of the most sophisticated terminals in Ulsan. The terminal can handle virtually all kinds of chemicals, including toxic, flammable, reactive and corrosive.

Total storage capacity 313,710 cbm
Number of tanks 85
Mild steel 64
Coated tanks 3 Zink 14,300 cbm / 5 Epoxy 23,200 cbm / 2 Ceramic-
glass flake 11,000 cbm
Stainless steel 11 – 15,860 cbm
Tank size ranges 550-9,990 cbm
Products Alcohols, chemicals, acids, Palm fat, lubricant oils
Special handling Heating, circulation, vapor scrubbers
Blending Hold licence, but no current activity
Drumming Yes, incl. dry container stuffing services
Railcar facilities No
Truck facilities Yes, 17 road tank truck and iso-tank container loading
bays
Marine facilities 2 deep-sea berths
Berth 2 berths for seagoing tankers with 11.3 meter depth/
10.1 meter draft, 2 berths with 8.0 meter draft and
2 optional berths with 12.7 meter draft
Services 24/7
Accreditations ISO 14001, ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001, CDI-T
Nitrogen availability Yes, capacity of 3,000 cbm/hr
Freshwater availability No
Bunker facilities No
Stop receptions Yes
Transshipments and transloading Yes. Double berthing of ships allowed

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