Cape Town Branch

Cape Town, South Africa
The Port of Cape Town lies in the shadow of Table Mountain, approximately 120 nautical miles north west of Cape Agulhas – strategically positioned almost at the southern tip of the African continent. The port serves cargos moving between Europe and the western hemisphere and the Middle East and Australia, especially containers. Over the centuries, Cape Town has evolved from a staging post on a major east-west trade route into a modern, full service, general cargo port renowned for deciduous fruit and fish exports.

Specifications and services

Location: Atlantic Ocean

Water Depth: 16 meters

Berths & Length: 4 berths, 1220 meters, 1X Ro-Ro -150 meters

Cranes: 8

Truck Lanes & Scales: 6. 3 In and 3 Out

Reefer Services: 1400

Rail Services: Rail services are also available

Highway Access: 2 km away

Cargos / Commodities Handled:

  • Containers
  • Moto Vehicles
  • Scrap Steel

Other facility facts

Passenger Liner Dock: Yes

CFS: Yes

Heavy Lift Service: Yes

Maintenance: Yes

Other Equipment: Yes

Barge Access: Yes

Transportation: Yes

Automated Availability: Yes