The Eurogate Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven is highlighting its ’20 in 20’ campaign as a solution to fluctuating storage conditions for freight due to the impacts of COVID-19.
The campaign offers free of charge for 20 calendar days to store cargo, the offer will be available for the entire calendar year, ending on 31 December 2020. It is open to both shipping lines and shipper.
According to a statement provided by Wilhelmshaven the solution will offer more flexibility with not additional financial penalties in the event of delayed ship arrivals or cancellations, which have been common during the COVID-19 crisis.
Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven provides a total capacity (in the final development phase) of 2.7 million TEUs, the terminal already offers sufficient space and a modern infrastructure and superstructure to fully meet customer requirements.
The campaign is limited to ISO standard containers (20-, 40- and 45-foot containers, as well as high-cube containers) and for local import and export cargo only.
Free storage for containers for 20 calendar days is only available at the Eurogate Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven, and not at any other Eurogate terminal.
Adjacent to the EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven is the Freight Village in Wilhelmshaven boasts a total area covering 180 hectares.
The Freight Village has high-quality handling and processing plots for logistics buildings of all sizes.
Companies including Nordfrost, (the leading German cool-chain logistic company) Imperial Logistics (for Volkswagen and AUDI) or Rhenus have already decided to settle down in our Freight Village.
The Freight Village in Wilhelmshaven still has around 60 hectares of plots available on a leasehold basis for periods of 30 to 75 years.