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Container Terminal. From Upper Silesia to Świnoujście by Odra River!

09.04.2021
The deep-water container terminal in Świnoujście, integrated into the network of trans-European transport corridors, will be one of the few in the Baltic Sea Basin, where the use inland navigation as a method of hinterland transport is possible. Undoubtedly this is an advantage that increases the capacity of the terminal and the entire Oder estuary port complex. Inland waterways provide the most efficient and ecological mode of transport. Together with rail connections, they are an important element of the European Union's White Paper on Transport, which describes the directions of development of transport for decades to come.

Świnoujście. Modern railway lines will connect the container terminal to the whole of Europe

02.04.2021
Multimodal connections of the deep-water terminal in Świnoujście are a basic condition for economic success of this project. One of the main modes of hinterland transport will be an efficient rail network. PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe already carries out massive scope of investments, both within the port complex area, and on the lines connecting Świnoujście with rest of the country and Central Europe. S3 expressway, connection with Berlin by the Oder-Hawel Canal, and in the longer perspective of the Oder River Waterway will be equally important ways of communication.

Westpomeranian Logistics Center is waiting for the investor

22.03.2021
Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports Authority  reminds entrepreneurs and companies interested in the lease of the Westpomeranian Logistics Center (WLC) in the port of Szczecin that they have one more week to express their interest in this location.

In 2024 – drive from the container terminal to the Czech border by express road!

19.03.2021
Location of the deep-water container terminal in Świnoujście, in the transport corridor between Scandinavia and Adriatic Sea, is an undeniable advantage of the project. Only if the terminal is well connected with the hinterland of Eastern Germany, Southern Poland and Central Europe, and the transport modes include expressways, rail links and waterways. This connection network is being built. Already in 2024 from port of Świnoujście we will be able to reach Lubawka on the border with the Czech Republic by S3 expressway.

This city is ideally suited for construction of a container terminal!

12.03.2021
Janusz Żmurkiewicz, The Mayor of Świnoujście: This city is ideally suited for construction of a container terminal!

Ideal place for logistics center, but not only

08.03.2021
A modern logistics center, warehouse space, service activities, or manufacturing - in short, a place of many possibilities. All this in an attractive location in the very center of the port of Szczecin with direct access to expressways and freeways. Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports Authority invites entrepreneurs and companies to express their interest in leasing this investment area.

Without a container terminal, the Port of Świnoujście will be regressing

05.03.2021
Jerzy Wójtowicz, President of C. Hartwig: Without a container terminal, the Port of Świnoujście will be regressing

The advantage of Świnoujście is its location in the Baltic Sea

26.02.2021
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

22.02.2021
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

19.02.2021
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.