EUROPEAN SEA PORTS
More than 900 sea ports of Europe provide international traffic and goods delivery to all over the world. Our company cooperates with the largest sea ports that are situated on shores of the Baltic sea. Among them: Riga (Latvia), Gdansk (Poland), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Hamburg (Germany).
Riga Free port , with the total length of 15 kilometers. Today, cargo transshipment capacity equals to 58,2 million ton annually, and the volume of cargo, sent as transit to CIS counties, reaches 77%. A couple of years ago the port was recognized the largest among the other Baltic transport knots. The Riga port corresponds to the quality certificates ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004. Navigable companies work there all year round.
The Gdansk port is a center of cargo transshipment in the territory of Poland and South Baltic, and is subdivided into Inner and Northern Port. Cargo potential of this Polish sea knot reaches daily 1.5 million TEU. Besides being a transshipment junction, there is a shipyard in Gdansk where work more than 2.000 people.
The port in Lithuania is a leader in loading volume of container cargo. The transport knot does not freeze all year round, thus enabling continuous work. The water area depth is 14,5 meters and of the entrance channel – 15 meters. The Klaipeda port accepts dry cargo ships, container ships and tankers, maximum rate of which is 165.000 DWT. Besides, the port is one of the most safe and reliable: it meets the requirements of International and European codes of port installations and vessels.
The Hamburg port is considered to be one of the main center of maritime traffic between different regions of Germany? As well as between separate parts of northern and eastern parts of Europe. Today this transportation knot is included into the top ten ports on containers transshipment and this activity is a key one in the Hamburg economy. In 2014 cargo transshipment capacity reached to 145,7 million ton, thus providing the best result in the port’s history.