As the principal deep-water general cargo facility, Foynes caters for vessels up to 225m in length with draft of 10.5m. The port is close to all major transport arteries, with the new €430m Limerick to Foynes Road Scheme set to create a direct link between Foynes Port and the national motorway network. Shore-side operations at Foynes are serviced by modern cranage and handling systems, backed up by state-of-the-art tugs and ancillary services.
Foynes specialises in dry, liquid and break bulk cargoes as well as special projects and heavy lifts. It has some 30,000m2 of bulk warehousing within the port campus, together with extensive liquid storage capacity.
Our Limerick City terminal, Ted Russell Dock, is our second largest general cargo port and based in the heart of Limerick, one of Ireland’s fastest growing cities.
The 4.5ha water area has almost 1km of quays and can accommodate vessels up to 152m long with a beam of 19.8m.
Dedicated to bauxite imports and alumina exports, the 285m outer berth handles vessels up to 90,000dwt with 12.4 depth alongside, while the inner berth caters for vessels up to 40,000dwt and up to 180m long with 11m depth alongside.
This coal import terminal has a 380m long berth which services vessels up to 200,000 tonnes dwt, with depth alongside of 25m.
The T-shaped fuel jetty has a total length between outer mooring dolphins of 320m and depth alongside of 14.6m.
Shannon Airport Aviation Jetty
The dedicated fuel jetty caters for vessels up to 6500dwt and LOA of 130m, with depth alongside of 8m.