Total Terminal International Algeciras S.A. (TTI ALGECIRAS) is one of the two container terminals operating in the Port of Algeciras Bay. The concession, awarded by the Port in July 2008, is located on the Phase A plot of the Isla Verde Exterior expansion area.
Settled on the South of Spain - a strategic point in the Strait of Gibraltar - the common user terminal counts with a concession area of 300,119 sqm, 57,621 sqm of public maneuvering zone and two quay lines of 850 meters on the East and 550 meters on the North, with a draught of 18.5 and 17.5 meters respectively.
TTI ALGECIRAS, the first semi-automated terminal in Southern Europe and the Mediterranean area, initiated the business activity in its container terminal on May 2010, with the aim of handling a maximum of 1.6 million TEUs progressively.
The terminal is capable of handling the latest and future generations of ULCVs with an equipment of 8 Ship-To-Shore Cranes, 32 Automatic Stacking Cranes and 21 Shuttle Carriers.
Since March 2021 TTI ALGECIRAS is owned by the Korean shipping line HMM (50% +1 share) and Isla Verde Algeciras Terminal Holding, SL (50% -1 share), the latter 51% owned by CMA Terminals Espagne (CMA CGM) and 49% by the DIF Capital Partners Group.
|01/02/2008||Hanjin Shipping Hanjin wins bid to build Algeciras terminal.|
|04/06/2008||TTI ALGECIRAS is incorporated|
|24/02/2009||Concession Contract signed (B.O.T. 30 + 5 years) with Algeciras Port Authority|
|26/03/2009||Start of construction of TTI Algeciras Container terminal|
|09/11/2009||Zhenhua 20 with first batch ( ASC 21, 22, 31, 32, 41, 42) berthed TTI-A quay|
|02/12/2009||Zhenhua 14 with second batch ( STS 101, 102, 103, 104 and ASC 11, 12) berthed TTI-A quay|
|16/12/2009||Zhenhua 21 with third batch (ASC 51, 52, 61, 62, 71, 72, 81, 82) berthed TTI-A quay|
|14/01/2010||Zhenhua 27 with fourth batch ( STS 105, 106, 107, 108 ) berthed TTI-A quay|
|27/01/2010||Operator License is awarded by Port Authority|
|19/02/2010||Zhenhua 09 with fifth batch (ASC 91, 92, 101, 102, 111, 112, 121, 122) berthed TTI-A quay|
|03/03/2010||Zhenhua 13 with sixth batch (ASC 131, 132, 141, 142, 151, 152, 161, 162) berthed TTI-A quay|
|12/04/2010||Hanjin Alexandria berths in TTI-A quay with testing purposes|
|05/05/2010||The first commercial vessel arrives to TTI-A. COSCO OCEANIA berths in TTI-A at 17:00 Spanish time and starts operations at 20:00. This vessels starts first regular weekly service (Asia-North Europe NE1 Service).|
|15/07/2010||Grans Opening Ceremony under the presidency of the H.R.H. The Prince of Asturias at 12:00 pm in the terminal of TTI ALGECIRAS|
|18/07/2011||First call of Emma Maersk (14.770 TEU capacity)|
|December 2012||1 Million TEU manipulated in one year|
|September 2014||75% of the shares of TTI Algeciras are sold to IBX Investment & Securities y Korea Investment Partners|
|08/10/2014||First call of Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller (18.270 TEU capacity)|
|22/10/2015||First call of Zhen He (17.859 TEU capacity)|
|03/01/2016||First call of MSC Oscar (19.224 TEU capacity)|
|September 2017||100% of the shares of TTI Algeciras are sold to the Korean shipping line Hyundai Merchant Marine|
|07/03/2018||First call of CMA CGM Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (20.600 TEU capacity)|
|May 2018||Addition of 64 plugs for reefer containers. New capacity 1,024 plugs.|
|December 2019||10 Million TEU accumulated from 2010|
|August 2020||Addition of 120 plugs for reefer containers. New capacity 1,144 plugs|
|01/03/2021||Since March 2021 TTI ALGECIRAS is owned by the Korean shipping line HMM (50% +1 share) and Isla Verde Algeciras Terminal Holding, SL (50% -1 share), the latter 51% owned by CMA Terminals Espagne (CMA CGM) and 49% by the DIF Capital Partners Group.|
|30/07/2021||The “HMM Algeciras”, the largest container ship in the world with a capacity of 23,964 TEUs, makes its first call in Algeciras. At the TTI Algeciras terminal, Mr. Antonio Sanz, Vice-Minister of the Presidency of the Regional Government of Andalucía (Junta de Andalucía) headed the Delegation together with the Chairman of the Algeciras Port Authority, Mr. Gerardo Landaluce, and the Mayor of Algeciras City, Mr. Jose Ignacio Landaluce. Representatives of TTI Algeciras, Sea & Ports and HMM Spain joined the Authorities welcoming the HMM flagship.|
This project has been funded with support from the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade of Spain under the Aid Program for Reindustrialization