Wismar

General Information

As the southernmost German port on the Baltic Sea, Wismar is a traditional junction in the North-South route connecting Scandinavia with Germany all the way down to the Adriatic as well as in the East-West route, with fast connections to the Baltic States and Russia. The multi-purpose port offers ideal conditions for the handling and storage of all kinds of goods for a variety of sectors: general cargo, liquid and RoRo-goods, containers and project cargo

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Type of business
Goods handling
Port authority
Other
Ownership
Public
Transhipment alternatives
Road
Rail
Inland waterways
Feeder
RoRo/FerriesNumber of berthsMax draught (m)  
Goods 1 8,4    
Passenger        
LoLo  Number of cranesMax lifting capacity
Container 6 8,4 4 104
General Cargo 12 8,4 18 104
Break bulk 12 8,4 18 104
Bulk  Main type of commodities
Dry 3 8,4 fertilizer, salt
Liquid 1 8,4 chemical products
     
Cruise 2 8,4    
Other