Gdynia (PLGDY)

Port Code PLGDY City Gdynia
Port Name Gdynia Country/Region Poland
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Gdynia (PLGDY)



      Polish commercial port.It is located in the West Bank of Gdansk Bay in the north of the country, 16 nautical miles away from Gdansk. It is connected by railway, highway and waterway. It is Poland's own new seaport after the first World War.There are four jetties extending eastward on the east bank and three southwest northeast jetties on the south bank.There are more than 30 wharves in Hong Kong, with a total length of more than 9100 meters.Among them, the berths of ocean going ships with the maximum draught of more than 8.5 meters are 7439 meters. They are hills container terminal in north port area, RO Ro Terminal (800 meters long, 13 meters deep), Yugoslavia terminal, Romania terminal, India terminal, Rotterdam terminal, Poland terminal, Finland terminal, etc;There are French wharf, Dutch passenger terminal, Danish ro Ro Wharf and Swedish Wharf in Donggang District.The loading and unloading of general cargo containers in the port takes the lead in Poland.In addition, there are grain, coal, ore and other bulk cargo.At present, the annual throughput of the port is about 15 million tons, ranking third among Polish ports. There are more than 30 regular liner routes to the world.

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Summary of PLGDY

Gdynia port (port code: PLGDY) is one of the largest and most modern ports in the Baltic Sea. It is situated in the northern district of Gdynia, on the northwest coast of the Bay of Gdansk.
As an artificial port protected by breakwaters, which is 2.5 kilometers in length, the port is open to shipping throughout the year without tides and free of ice. The quays have good rail and road connections.
The port handles all kinds of cargo, but in particular, general cargo, dry and liquid cargoes, grain, coal, vehicles and handles the largest number of containers per year in Poland. It handles approximately 15,500,000t of cargo and 610,000TEU annually.
Each year about 460,000 passengers and 3,240 vessels visit this port. The type of vessels regularly calling at the port are cargo vessels, accounting for around 62%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 347 meters. The maximum draught is 12.8 meters. The maximum deadweight is 134,869t.