The terminal is conveniently located in hamriyah, one of the transshipment hubs for chemicals for the neighboring continents,
The Gulf has a geographical advantage in the global petrochemical business as it sits on the world’s largest hydrocarbon resources.
The region’s proximity to Asian markets especially China, India and the Far East makes HFZ a perfect location for overseas manufacturers looking to expand their operations.
The terminal is designed and built using advanced technology, providing the industry with a safe and efficient alternative for storage and transhipment of both hazardous and non-hazardous liquid products. Terminal consists of 32 tanks with a total capacity of close to 130,487 cbm. There are 16 nos floating roof tanks at the terminal. Terminal can be accessed via water, and road.
To accommodate sea-going tankers, there are 2 berths. The maximum draft at the terminal is 14.1 meters (maximum 50,000 DWT)
The flexible storage and transfer services offered by the terminal, along with excellent marine facilities, secures a hub for the global and regional shipping services in Asia.