HHTT Facts and figures
Location: Maasvlakte, Port of Rotterdam, port no. 7033, the Netherlands
Vessel and barge
Clean petroleum products such as gasoline (components) | diesel | gasoil | jet fuel
Transhipment | Storage | Blending | Mixing
to be confirmed
HES Hartel Tank Terminal
A unique deep sea terminal with ample access to the European hinterland
The brand new HES Hartel Tank Terminal is developed at the Maasvlakte in the Port of Rotterdam. The state of the art terminal will offer 1.3 million cbm storage capacity for clean petroleum products (gasoline, diesel, gasoil and jet fuel) and biofuels. It is specifically designed for blending and mixing operations.
The Maasvlakte is an excellent location for a liquid bulk terminal, offering a VLCC draft terminal with direct access to sea.The quay with length of 1.2 km and draft up to 23.6 m will offer 6 mooring positions for sea-going vessels including VLCC’s. The nine barge positions provide excellent opportunities for shipments to the European hinterland. The terminal will comply with the highest safety and environmental standards and has a strong and proactive focus on sustainability.
Contributing to the world of tomorrow
Bulk for Life at HHTT
Contributing to the world of tomorrow. That is what we do at our terminal. We will be an important switch in the continuous delivery of essential building blocks for our everyday life. Take the essential fuels that we need for our transportation, for example: chances are that these products will pass through our terminal en route to their final destination.
At HHTT, around 80 colleagues will work 24/7 on matters that affect and shape our daily lives. With constant attention for the environment, sustainability, social responsibility and safety. HES. Bulk for life.
News and more
Welcome at HHTT, also in these extraordinary times
The coronavirus is significantly impacting our daily lives. Both your safety and that of our employees is always our number one priority. For that reason, we closely adhere to the government measures regarding the coronavirus.
We are compliant with the applicable guidelines that are essential at our terminals. Let's help each other get through these times as best as we can. Thank you for your support and understanding.
Prevention of accidents and incidents is part of our core values and executed by employees and contractors. The total design of the terminal and the choices we make are all focused on building the safest terminal possible. In the unlikely event of an incident, we have a sound emergency plan ready and we are a voluntary member of the industrial Fire Brigade.
The state-of-the-art terminal is being constructed according to the PGS 29 regulations and guidelines and fulfils the highest environmental and safety standards. Certifications are to be confirmed.
We strongly and proactively focus on sustainability. We are constantly alert to the potential environmental impact our activities may have. Exactly for this reason, we have implemented a number of effective measures, such as:
- Shore power for inlands vessels.
- A state of the art vapour processing plant for minimalizing evaporation of product fumes that could occur during operations. The terminal is also connected to the e-Noses odour network for extra supervision.
- The use of low-noise equipment and electronically controlled pumps.
- LED Lighting.