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The advantage of Świnoujście is its location in the Baltic Sea

Marek Tarczyński, PIFFA Council President: The advantage of Świnoujście is its location in the Baltic Sea Attracting of liner ocean-going container services to Świnoujście is an vital opportunity for development of this port, of which the current volume structure is basically bulk – says Marek Tarczyński, President of the Council of the Polish International Freight Forwarders Association.

Westpomeranian Logistics Center in the port of Szczecin is waiting for an investor

Westpomeranian Logistics Centre located in the very center of port of Szczecin is waiting for an investor. Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports Authority invites companies and entities interested in leasing the area and carrying out service, logistics, distribution or production activity to cooperatation.

Professor Horst Linde: Container terminal in Świnoujście will fill the gap between Hamburg and Gdansk

There is enough space for a terminal that will fill the gap between Hamburg and Gdansk, and will be able to offer convenient access to the hinterland of western Poland, eastern Germany and regions in southern Europe, says Horst Linde, a member of the Institute of Land and Maritime Transport at the University of Technology in Berlin.

Świnoujście. Container terminal – an opportunity for the port and city developent

It will be a modern and environmentally friendly terminal. New road junctions, terminal access system and railway network will bypass the districts of Warszów and Łunowo, to avoid being a nuisance for residents. The connection of the terminal with the hinterland will be divided between the express road No.3, rail and in the future inland waterway transport systems. In the economists’ opinion -  the terminal is needed! Container delivery already accounts for more than 60% of global transport, and the Baltic area has been showing  record growth for years.

The Westpomeranian Logistics Centre invites parties interested in the lease

Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority invites interested parties to express their interest in the lease of the investment area in Szczecin port in Poland, defined as the Westpomeranian Logistics Centre (WLC). It is the plot of the area of ca 9.4 ha that can be used for the following functions: services, logistics, distribution and production. The area can be leased as a whole or separately, starting from 2 ha.

Modern container terminal in Świnoujście

Through modern infrastructure and port availability on one hand, and modern technologies, integrated digital systems such as Port Community System - on the other hand, deep-water container terminal in Świnoujście, will combine all functions and build competitive quality. In order to handle goods  quickly and efficiently.

Strong entry of the Oder estuary ports to the game for containers

There is no doubt that the deep-water container terminal in Świnoujście fits perfectly into the expectations of the market. This important project will contribute to radical increase of Szczecin-Świnoujście port complex rank in container traffic in the Baltic Sea region, strengthen the economy of the region and increase Poland’s attractiveness as a place of investment.

Container terminal in Świnoujście. Sustainable development of the Port and City!

The concept of an external port complex consisting of deep-water container terminal, general purpose terminal and an existing gas port is a new vision of the sustainable development of Świnoujście, both in the economic, tourist and spa areas. Basing on this project, Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority aims at developing the area of socially responsible business.

The Szczecin-Świnoujście Port complex reports on cargo handling in 2020

In 2020, at the quays under the administration of the Szczecin and Świnoujście Seaports Authority, cargo handling by the port-based companies has reached levels close to those of 2019. The volume handled by the two ports at the end of the year was 31,177.5 thou. tons, which is only 3.1% less than in 2019 (32,174.8 thou. tons).

Świnoujście. The terminal will handle up to 2 million containers per year!

The deep-water container terminal in Świnoujście will not only be able to accommodate the largest ocean container ships. The proposed  external port will be able to handle up to 2 mln  TEU per year.