Sea Park Activities
Founded in 1994 and fully owned by Sea-Ro Terminal – was set up to provide diversification in Value Added Logistics, including areas such as vehicle modification, compound management, general warehousing and distribution facilities.
The Canadakaai “Modification Center”:
storage and modification center for agricultural and construction machinery.
In 1994, the first New Holland tractors arrived in the United States/Canada. These models, as well as the Basildon (UK) line of tractors, were immediately routed to the “Brittanniadok” terminal. After Sea-Ro Group’s repurchase of the “Canadakaai”, its subsidiary company Sea Park created in 1995 a central platform for the storage and modification of agricultural machinery. Its hangers, located beside a carpark covering several hectares, are also used for storage, repair work, and engine adaptation.
Shortsea and deepsea maritime connections are combined, which constitutes a major advantage for the European distribution market, currently in a period of rapid expansion. The development of the Modification Center was made possible by the launching of the large roll-on, roll-off (RoRo) lines like Wilhelmmsen, Wallenius, and K-line, supported by long-haul maritime transport. The joint presence of the Wilhelmmsen and Wallenius lines cannot but sustain this growth. After unloading by Sea-Ro, incoming agricultural equipment is placed in the carpark. Sea Park then makes the necessary adjustments to the machinery in its Modification Center, outfitted for this purpose