Sines container terminal started its operations in May 2004. Located 150 km south of Lisbon, the terminal is free of congestion and has abundant space for expansion.
With excellent road and rail connections to the main hinterland, Sines Container Terminal is positioned to be the Atlantic main gate for Portugal and the Iberian Peninsula.
Located at the intersection of two major sea routes, North-South and East-West, it is the perfect port of call.
The Sines Container Terminal is strategically located at the intersection of the main sea routes, North-South and East-West, offering calls for key services to the Far East, North and South America and Africa.
The terminal has two rail lines with 630 meters and offers daily connections to the main dry ports of Portugal - Bobadela, Entroncamento, Leixões, Setúbal and to the Iberian market.