Container terminal on the east side of Tobishima Pier
Active in the trade routes to North America and Europe.
Operations at three container terminals?Tobishima North Terminal, Tobishima South Terminal, and NCB Terminal?have been unified. With a total extension of 2,200m and water depth of -10m to -15m, we have 8 berths and 14 gantry cranes in place, incorporating straddle carrier container transport.
In recent years, we have been handling about 39% of all cargo volume in Nagoya Port, or 1,000,000 TEU.
Container terminal on the south side of Tobishima Pier
We offer enhanced services and lower costs taking advantage of the IT at Japan's first automated terminal.
We are contributing to improved efficiency of cargo handling by promoting development of Japan's first container terminal with automated transport vehicles (AGV) and remotely-operated RTGs. The first berth (TS-2) began operations in 2005, with the second (TS-1) following in 2008. The terminal handles mega-vessels from the U.S. and Europe, with an earthquake-resistant breakwater at 16m of water depth.
The terminal handles 470,000 TEU of cargo, or 18% of the total annual volume handled by Nagoya Port.