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The Port of Gdansk in Europe

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The Port of Gdansk in Europe





Comparison of the dynamics of change in maritime turnover in Europe according to basin

 

Ranking of ports on the Baltic Sea in 2016

 

Dry bulk cargo - ranking of ports on the Baltic Sea in 2014

 

The Port of Gdansk in terms of coal transshipment on the Baltic market in 2015

 

Port of Gdansk in cargo transshipment in the group of fuels on the Baltic market in 2014

 

The main Baltic ports in transshipment crude oil imports in 2013

 

The main Baltic ports in terms of the transshipment of petroleum product exports in 2013

 

Container ranking on the Baltic in 2016

 

The share of the Baltic states in container turnover on the Baltic Sea in the years 1995-2015

 

Dynamics of changes in the volume of containers in 2016

 

Container turnover on the Baltic Sea by region 2001-2015

 

The Baltic Sea is the fastest growing basin
 [%]Base year 2001 = 100%    
  North Sea     Baltic Sea     Mediterranean Sea*     Atlantic**

* Spain, France, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy
** Portugal, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Ireland
Source: Own calculations based on Eurostat

Gdansk for more than 10 years has consistently been at the forefront of Baltic ports:
 [Thousand tons]
6th place on the Baltic Sea

Source: study based on port statistics

 [Thousand tons]
7th place on the Baltic

Source: study based on port statistics

The growing importance of the Port of Gdansk in 2015. The transshipment of coal relative to 2014
- 2 places higher in the ranking:
 [Thousand tons]
4th place on the Baltic

Source: study based on port statistics

Growing importance of the Port of Gdansk in fuel handling against 2013
- up by two places in the ranking
 [Thousand tons]
8th place on the Baltic

Source: study based on port statistics

The growing importance of the Port of Gdansk in 2013 in terms of servicing oil imports compared with 2012
- 3 places higher in the ranking
 [Thousand tons]
3rd place on the Baltic Sea

Source: study based on port statistics

 [Thousand tons]
6th place on the Baltic

Source: study based on port statistics

 [Thous. TEU]
2nd place on the Baltic Sea

Source: study based on port statistics

Polish ports since 1995 have consistently maintained a high growth rate in their turnover on the Baltic Sea:
2nd place on the Baltic maritime transport market maintained since 2011
 [%]
  Denmark*     Estonia     Finland     Lithuania     Latvia     Germany*     Poland     Russia*     Sweden*

* Applies to container turnover only in Baltic ports
Source: Own calculations based on Eurostat

The largest container ports of the Baltic Sea against European hubs:
 [%]2007 year base = 100%    

Source: study based on port statistics

 [%]
  Baltic Northwestern*     Baltic Southeast**

* Finland, Sweden Baltic, Baltic Denmark, Germany Baltic
** Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia Baltic, Poland
Source: Own calculations based on Eurostat
 

 
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