Abu Dhabi Terminals

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Abu Dhabi Terminals(ADT) شركة مرافئ أبوظبى
Industry Port operating companies
Founded 2006
Headquarters Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Key people
Khaled Salmeen, Chairman
Martijn Van De Linde, CEO
Products Container Business, Warehousing, RO-RO Operations, Multipurpose Terminals Operations
Number of employees
Parent Abu Dhabi Ports, Mubadala, MIP
Website www.adterminals.ae

The Abu Dhabi Terminals (Arabic: شركة مرافئ أبوظبى‎‎) or ADT was established in May 2006,[1] as the Port Operator for all the commercial Ports in Abu Dhabi. ADT was formed as part of the restructuring of the commercial ports sector in the Emirate, as the manager and operates of Abu Dhabi’s 3 main ports. It includes Khalifa Port Container Terminal, the region’s first semi-automated and most technologically advanced terminal, which was officially inaugurated on December 12, 2012. The port operator’s other facilities formerly included, until 2014, Zayed Port, a historical port that has served the capital for over 40 years and Musaffah Port, located in the heart of the industrial area.

Khalifa Port[edit]

Abu Dhabi Terminals secured the exclusive right to manage and operate Khalifa Port Container Terminal for 30 years, Khalifa Port has a Phase 1 capacity of 2.5 million TEU containers and 12 million tonnes of general cargo a year and an expected capacity of 15 million TEU containers and 35 million tonnes of general cargo by 2030. It features the region’s only semi-automated container terminal, some of the world’s largest ship-to-shore cranes,[2] and other container handling equipment for loading and unloading container ships, including some of the world’s largest.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Creation Date". Abu Dhabi Terminals. Retrieved 2016-02-28. 
  2. ^ "One million containers this year for Khalifa Port". The National. 2013-03-14. Retrieved 2013-04-08. 

External links[edit]

  • ADT Official website