Besides its pure maritime activities, the Group has created a network of about twenty terminals around the world for the handling of rolling cargo, containers and general cargo.
Most of these terminals are veritable logistics platforms, fitted with Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) facilities and workshops. Currently their aggregate operating surface is in excess of 5 million square metres, but the main terminals are all continuously expanding.
The Grimaldi Group operates its own regional hub terminals in Antwerp (Belgium), Civitavecchia (Italy), Salerno (Italy), Barcelona (Spain) and Lagos (Nigeria). Other terminals are located in Esbjerg (Denmark), Cork (Ireland), Valencia (Spain), Monfalcone (Italy), Palermo (Italy), and Alexandria (Egypt). The entire port of Wallhamn has been purchased and is the first wholly privatised Swedish port, while the Unikai Lagerei und Speditionsgesellschaft terminal in Hamburg (Germany) is owned in partnership with Hamburg Harbour and Logistic AG (HHLA), a state-owned company. As for the Baltic Region, Finnlines' subsidiary Finnsteve operates terminals in the Finnish ports of Helsinki and Turku.