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Due to its size and diverse terrain, the Port of Gdańsk is divided into two areas. The first is the Inner Port, comprising the Dead Vistula and the port channel. The second is the Outer Port, located on the waters of Gdańsk Bay.

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Shipping connections

The location of the Port of Gdańsk constitutes it great advantage. The outer part located directly on the waters of Gdańsk Bay includes deepwater terminals at which the largest ships that sail through the Danish Straits may be admitted and handled. They may be up to 400 metres long, with maximum draft up to 15 metres, at the depth of the basin of 17 metres. Out of more than 3,000 vessels sailing to the Port of Gdańsk, the highest number of calls is handled within one-time entries, the so-called charter entries. However, shipowners whose vessels regularly call at our quays have the possibility of receiving appropriate discounts, signing agreements with ZMPG S.A. regarding permanent shipping connections. Regular shipping lines include the Baltic Sea and the North Sea states. The connection network also covers: North, South and Central America as well as Asian countries. Regular transport is dominated by container loads, but shipowners carrying out automotive, ro-ro, conventional cargo and passenger transport also have their share in the transport market. The following companies are among our customers: Polferries, Maersk, Segoline, CMA CGM, Cosco, OOCL, K-Line, MSC, EML, Spliethoff, Mibau and Citronex.

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Investments and development

A safe and efficient port infrastructure is of key importance from the point of view of both the port competitiveness and our contractors. This is why we concentrate on its continuous development and extension.

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Terminals and quays

A huge advantage of the Port of Gdańsk is the diversity of its terminals and quays. Thanks to this, they can be fully customised to suit specific needs and activities of any customer.

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