LOCATION

Port of Trelleborg, Sweden

CLIENT

Trelleborg Hamn

BUILDING PERIOD

2005 - 2006

PARTNERS

Bladt Industries A/S,
E Pihl & Søn A/S

In connection with the expansion and upgrading of the harbour operations under the program, Vision 2005, a new ferry berth for the ferry operation between Sweden and Germany will be constructed. The new ferry berth includes new breakwater, dredging, quay walls, reclamation, pavements, ferry ramps and landing stages for vehicles and rail traffic.

The train ramp is a landing stage with a length of 62 m and a width varying from 13 m at the quay to 24 m at the ferry end. The ramp accommodates two sets of tracks, each set of rails branches into five tracks by means of a special track shifting device. Furthermore, the train ramp will also be designed to support Ro-Ro ferries.

The ramp is lifted and lowered by hydraulic cylinders. Counterweights partly balance the self weight. The hydraulic cylinders are controlled by load cells at the supports on the ferry to carry a share of the trainload actively.

The ramp for cars and lorries is used for loading and unloading the ferry’s car deck situated above the train deck. The ramp for vehicles consists of a system of fixed ramps and a linkspan to the car deck. The total length of the 8 m wide fixed ramps is approximately 300 m. The linkspan has a length of 20 m.

The ramps and landing stages include approximately 1,500 ton of steelwork.

LOCATION

Port of Trelleborg, Sweden

CLIENT

Trelleborg Hamn

BUILDING PERIOD

2005 - 2006

PARTNERS

Bladt Industries A/S,
E Pihl & Søn A/S


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