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Duisburg (DEDUI)

Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia Bundesland, Germany

Port Code DEDUI Port Name Duisburg
City Duisburg Country/Region Germany
Port Type Feeder Port Category Port City
Latitude 51.4455 Longitude 6.7475
Duisburg port (port code: DEDUI) is the world's biggest inland port. It lies at the junction of the Ruhr and Rhine rivers, in Germany, with connections to the country’s North Sea ports through the Rhine-Herne Canal and the Dortmund-Ems Canal.
The port consists of a number of docks and cargo handling areas situated between Km 771 and Km 781 stages on the Rhine. These are made up of private wharves and extensive public dock areas belonging to Duisburg, Ruhrort, Hochfeld and Rheinhausen.
The port handles approximately 50 million tons of cargo including 1,820,000TEU annually. The principal cargo handled are mineral oils, iron, steel, non-ferrous metals, mineral raw materials, chemical products and scrap.
Even though it is so far inland, the port is considered a seaport because it serves ocean-going vessels that travel to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Each year about 20,000 vessels visit this port, among which around 58% are cargo vessels, and 31% are tankers. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 270 meters. The maximum draught is 6.4 meters. The maximum deadweight is 6,610t.

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