Blyde Terminal is an integrated cargo handling facility based around a terminal operation on the Blyde complex.
Blyde Wharf has an overall length of 415 metres and features two major berths. Please refer to the Port Guide - Information for Ship Masters, PEC Holders and Ship Agents (section 5.1.2) for more detailed specifications. A third berth is generally used by vessels servicing offshore oil and gas production operations. Bunkering facilities have been established on Blyde 3 with fresh water and diesel oil bunkers available through 100mm lines. The wharf also offers "heavy lift" capabilities.
Major features of Blyde Terminal include 30,000 tonnes of dry storage, the terminal also offers extensive lay down areas. A large dry store adjacent to the berths can accommodate 24,000 tonnes of milk powder or other dry dairy produce and any other dry cargoes that are compatible with milk powder.