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Port of Swinoujscie

Port of Swinoujscie can handle vessels of draught up to 13.5 m and a length of up to 270 m.

One of the main elements of this port is the largest in Poland terminal for handling dry bulk cargo, mainly coal - both exports and imports, and imported iron ore for the Polish, Czech and Slovak steel companies.

Another offer of the port in Swinoujscie is ferry terminal equipped with five stations to handle passenger-car ferries and car-railway ferries on the route to/from Sweden.
In Swinoujscie there is also a new terminal that specializes in handling agro-food products, equipped with a flat storage warehouses with a total capacity of 50,000 tons.

Port of Szczecin

Port of Szczecin is located about 68 km from the sea. The trip by the waterway from Swinoujscie to Szczecin takes about 4 hours. The port can handle vessels of draught up to 9.15 m and a length of up to 215 m.

Port of Szczecin is universal and handles both general cargo and bulk cargo goods. It specializes in handling and storage of containers, steel products, oversized cargo, paper and cellulose. Port of Szczecin is the largest transshipment center of the granite blocks in Poland. It also handles dry bulk cargo - such as coal, coke, aggregates, grain, fertilizers and liquid cargo, including those requiring special storage conditions and handling, such as tar.

Storage capacity

The ports of Szczecin and Swinoujscie offer:

  • open storage yards: 860.047 m2
  • indoor area: 201.308 m2
  • warehouse area for the storage of dangerous goods: 2.380 m2
  • storage of cold goods: 30.000 m2
  • capacity of tanks: 75.000 m2
  • storage of agro-food goods: about 175.800 t

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