Proximity, rapidity, excellent access and reduction of transport costs due the use of intermodal systems is what TVT has to offer.

Terminal do Vale do Tejo is connected to the main Portuguese and Spanish roads and railways, providing reduced transit times to Europe.


Intermodal Transfer Railroad Area

  • 3 railway lines (one with 750 meters and two with 600 meters)
  • Handling equipment

Containers Parking Area

  • Total capacity: 7 000 TEU 
  • Container parking: 100 000 m2
  • Swap bodies parking

Logistical Operation Area

  • Covered area for logistics operations: 6 000 m2

Expansion Area for Logistics Operations

  • Infrastructured authorized construction area: 14 000 m2

Parking for Road Vehicles

  • Enclosed space with CCTV video surveillance and control access 24h
Atlantic Corridor

The Atlantic Corridor, originally called the Merchandise Corridor No. 4, consists of sections of the existing and planned railway infrastructure between Sines / Setúbal / Lisbon / Aveiro / Leixões - Algeciras / Madrid / Bilbao / Saragossa - Bordeaux / La Rochelle / Nantes / Paris / Le Havre / Metz / Strasburg - Mannheim, crossing the borders in Vilar Formoso / Fuentes de Oñoro, Elvas / Badajoz, Irun / Hendaye and Forbach / Saarbrücken. On January first of 2016, with the extension of the Rail Freight Corridor to Mannheim crossing the French / German border at Forbach / Saarbrücken, Germany joined Portugal, Spain and France as a partner of the EEIG - Atlantic Corridor. The new configuration of the Atlantic Corridor also contemplated another connection to the river port of Strasburg. The mission of the Atlantic Corridor is, in the first place, to monetize the existing railway infrastructure, without additional investment, through centralized management of capacity allocation, traffic management and customer relations. In addition, the Atlantic Corridor is also a privileged platform for the coordination of investments in rail infrastructure in Portugal, Spain, France and Germany, in order to overcome technical and operational barriers, promoting interoperability and, consequently, fostering greater competitiveness transport of goods.



  • Warehousing
  • Consolidation e deconsolidation
  • Customized logistics
  • Area with Type A Public Customs Office
  • Offices for transport operators
  • Central security equipped with video surveillance
  • Terminal’s administration and management services
  • Workshops for vehicles
  • Containers maintenance
  • Training room for more than 30 people

Support Areas

  • Restaurant / Cafeteria
  • Service Area