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Wilhelmshaven

Wilhelmshaven

The port of Wilhelmshaven is Germany's only deep water port with maximum depths of 18m. 1000 hectares of industrial, commercial and logistics space are also available.

Stralsund

Stralsund

Major investment in the harbour's equipment and the local infrastructure such as expanding the southern harbour, building a new Franken harbour, connecting the harbour to the A20 autobahn via the Stralsund by-pass and the new Ruegen Bridge that came into use in October 2007 has made the location ver...

Seehafen Wismar

Seehafen Wismar

We are your reliable partner for logistics in the Baltic Sea region. The central position of Wismar seaport is ideal for north-south traffic between Central Europe and Scandinavia. But this location also plays an important role in the grouping and distribution of goods flows due to its east-west con...

Rostock Sea Port

Rostock Sea Port

The port of Rostock offers outstanding nautical conditions. The protected location of the port at the mouth of the Warnow River on the Baltic Sea and the sea channel with a length of 3.6 nautical miles long and depth of 14.5 m allow a very easy approach. The port can accommodate ships with a len...

Mukrun (Sassnitz)

Mukrun (Sassnitz)

Sea Terminal Sassnitz is available for all types of cargo and ideal for offshore wind components. The multipurpose terminal is located on the island of Rugen, in Germany's easternmost deep-water port, and thus, has direct access to the Baltic Sea.

Lübecker

Lübecker

Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft mbH (LHG) is Germany's largest port operator on the Baltic Sea. Lübeck offers not only ideal waterside and hinterland connections, but also profound expertise and cutting-edge handling equipment, achieving optimal fulfilment of our customers' requirements.

Kiel

Kiel

The PORT OF KIEL is one of the most multifaceted and profitable ports in the Baltic Sea region. Its geographical position, continuous water depth for seagoing vessels and direct connection to the rail and motorway networks make the port ideal for both passenger transport and cargo handling.

Helgoland

Helgoland

As the only German island out on the high seas, Heligoland lies in the centre of the German Bight, with access to the rivers Elbe, Weser and Jade. The island possesses several small port facilities that are particularly suitable for offshore sector service providers.

Hamburg

Hamburg

Around 10,000 ship calls per year, almost 300 berths along a total of 43 kilometres of quay walls for seagoing vessels, more than 1,200 freight trains per week, four state-of-the-art container terminals and around 50 facilities specialized in handling project shipments and bulk cargoes, along with a...

Hafen Vierow

Hafen Vierow

Located along the south bank of the Greifswalder Bodden, we have established ourselves as a high-performance specialist for the handling and storage of grain, oilseeds, feed and other foodstuffs.

Emden

Emden

Emden is located 38 nautical miles upstream of the Ems estuary. It consists of a non-tidal inland harbour and a tidal deep water harbour. The deep water harbour can be approached by vessels with a draught of up to 9.50 m, and up to a maximum of 11.70 m, depending on tidal conditions. The non-tida...

Elbehafen

Elbehafen

The Elbehafen is a multi purpose port excellently joining water, rail and road. Fast turnarounds, high levels of productivity and safety as well as total reliability are the basics for flexible, economical just-in-time operation.

Cuxhaven

Cuxhaven

Cuxhaven is situated in a favourable transport location at the maritime crossroads of North Sea and Baltic Sea. As an important transshipment port for RoRo traffic and for the handling of general cargo, steel products, project shipments and passenger motor vehicles, Cuxhaven is a key logistics centr...

Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven

In Bremerhaven, in addition to their core services, they provide handling and storage of on- and offshore wind turbines. The demands of container handling mean the container terminal is suitable for storage and transportation of heavy-duty components weighing in at over 1,000 tonnes. The components ...

Bremen

Bremen

Bremen’s city ports are specialists for handling conventional break bulk and heavy lift cargo. Bulk goods are also handled here. Numerous logistics centres are based in Bremen, together with Germany’s leading Freight Village.