Ancona Port (ITAOI)

Port Code ITAOI City Ancona
Port Name ANCONA Country/Region Italy
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Ancona Port (ITAOI)


Port of Ancona, located in the middle of the east coast of Italy (full name: THE REPUBLIC OF ITALY), on the northwest side of the Adriatic Sea, is one of the main ports in eastern Italy One. It is about 110n mile from the port of Rijeka (RIJEKA) in Croatia. The port is connected to the whole country by railway. It is about 10km away from the airport .

Basic Information

  • Ancona port nature: seaport
  • Latitude and longitude: 43 degrees 37 minutes N, 013 degrees 30 minutes E
  • Route: On the northern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, Kuwait United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) has liners directly to Hong Kong.

Climate characteristics

The port has a subtropical Mediterranean climate, with easterly winds prevailing throughout the year and more westerly winds in summer, sometimes causing larger swells in the port. From November to March the following year is the foggy season, sometimes very thick. The annual average maximum temperature is about 35℃, and the lowest temperature is about -4℃. The annual average rainfall is about 1000mm, and the average tidal range is about 0.6m.

Main berths in the port area

The main terminal berths in the port area are as follows: 
terminal name berth (units) shoreline length (m) maximum water depth (m) 
BULK CARGO (bulk cargo) 7 1003 12.5 
GENERAL CARGO ( bulk cargo) 5 759 10.5 
CONTAINER (container) 6 1052 11.4 
OIL QUAY (Oil terminal) 5 1308 9.1

Loading and unloading equipment and import and export goods

Loading and unloading equipment includes a variety of shore cranes, portable cranes, container cranes, grab cranes, suction pipe machines and oil pipelines with a straight length of 101.6~508mm, as well as subsea oil pipelines with a diameter of 1016mm. The unloading speed can reach 7000 cubic meters per hour. Meter. The SPM offshore berth has a water depth of 29.8m and can berth 300,000 dwt super tankers. There are cement silos and warehouses on the wharf. Ro-Ro ships can operate at any berth, and there are ro-ro facilities at the wharf. The main export goods are refined petroleum products, cement, fertilizers, machinery, steel pipes, synthetic rubber, asphalt and agricultural products, etc. The main imported goods are crude oil, coal, grains, wood, pulp, apatite, mineral sand, jute, coffee and tea. Years of cargo swallowed. The capacity is about 15 million tons. You can work overtime if necessary during holidays, but the rate must be increased.

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Summary of ITAOI

Ancona Port (port code: ITAOI) is one of the main ports in eastern Italy. It is situated on Italy's Adriatic coast, between Venice in the north and Bari in the south.
The port covers a total area of 1.4 million square meters, divided into passenger and ferry terminals, container terminals and plants for solid bulk. It has a strategic function in the Adriatic-Ionian Macro Region, as a terminal for international ferry lines to Greece, Croatia, and Albania.
The port is capable of handling 15 million tons of cargo each year. It handles approximately 8.5 million tons of cargo, including 110,400TEU annually. The principal commodities handled are logs, timber, wood pulp, china clay, steel coils and pipes, iron scraps, coal, grains (soybeans, maize, wheat, barley, broad beans, etc), cement, trucks and trailers by Ro-Ro, containers, vegetable oil.
Each year, about 1.655 million passenger visit this port. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for around 39%, fishing vessels, taking up approximately 31%, and dredging vessels, taking a proportion of 15%.