Queen Elizabeth II Bulk Terminal 

Construction of the quay began in 1953 on what was once called Fourah Bay and was finally completed 7 years later in 1960 when it was opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

 

Berths 1, 1A and 2 are designated as bulk and breakbulk specific berths and in September 2015 NSBT took over control of the terminal from the Sierra Leone Port Authority - The Port Landlord. The terminal has an assortment of storage sheds for through cargo enabling safe discharge of product 24 hours per day.   

 

 

BERTH DETAILS & LENGTHS

 

 

Berth No.1

Berth No.1A

Berth No.2

LOA

146m

110m

142m

Draft

8.0m

8.5m

9.7m

Tidal range HW- LW

3.5 - 0.2 m CD

3.5 - 0.2 m CD

3.5 - 0.2 m CD

Air draft

no restriction

no restriction

no restriction

Distance between bollards

18.3m

18.3m

18.3m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WAREHOUSING

 

Shed Name

Length

Width

Height

 

Gross volume m3

Warehouse Number 1A

23.0m

22.0m

4.0m

 

  2,024 cubic meters

Warehouse Number 1

90.2m

22.7m

7.5m

 

15,382 cubic meters

Consolidated Warehouse

45.3m 10.0m 6.5m

 

  2,915 cubic meters

Cement Warehouse

61.0m

 8.7m 4.9m

 

  2,600 cubic meters

 

OUR ENVIRONMENT

 

NSBT is committed to providing a safe and clean environment. Working with Port Stakeholders, NSBT has already completed a major refurbishment of the drainage system in the terminal. New storage tanks for shoreside drains ensure that no outflow from the terminal activities go into the sea.

 

New enviromental cleaning equipment is now on site and being used on a daily basis to clean roads, terminal buildings and the quayside.

 

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Nectar Sierra Leone Bulk Terminal

Queen Elizabeth II Quay

Cline Street

Cline Town

Freetown

Sierra Leone

 

Email: enquiries@nsbt.world

 

Nectar Sierra Leone Bulk Terminal

UK Commercial Office

1 Ashton Gate

Ashton Road

Harold Wood

Romford

Essex

RM3 8UF

 

Telephone: +44 1708 386 555

 

Email: CommercialTeam@nectar.co.uk

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