Koin(Cologne) Port (DECGN)

Port Code DECGN City Cologne
Port Name KOIN(COLOGNE) Country/Region Germany
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Koin(Cologne) Port (DECGN)


Port of Cologne is a port on the Rhine River in Germany. Adopt East 1 district standard time. The load density of water is 1000. No tidal changes. Southwest wind prevails. No pilotage. Port service facilities include: ship repair, refueling, towing, sewage discharge, and no dry dock. The Port of Cologne has 122 berths for general cargo and bulk cargo, each with a length of 100 meters; of which there are 2 container berths, each with a length of 100 meters; and 20 tanker berths, each with a length of 100 meters.

The Port of Cologne is a port on the Rhine River and has always been an important city port as a commercial metropolis in Europe. The Port of Cologne includes a water area of ​​877,000 square meters and a cargo yard that covers an area of ​​1,307 square kilometers and has more than two square kilometers of land. Hotels, passenger ships and executive (passenger ships) use designated check-in docks. Cologne harbor is the cumulative transit shipments after the Port of Hamburg and Duisburg Port, the Port of Cologne, Germany's third-largest within the dry ports . Unlike the Port of Duisburg, the Port of Cologne uses several loading and unloading locations in the inner city.

The port of Cologne is the oldest port on the Rhine  , and it has appeared in the Roman period.

Distribution of ports

The Port of Cologne currently has five ports, and the Port of Cologne and cargo transportation belong to AG (HGK). HGK was established on August 1, 1992. The owner of all ports, Rheinauhafen (exception: Mülheim), organizes and monitors port activities. The water surface of all the ports of Rheinauhafen is 877,000 square meters, with a land area of ​​1,307 square kilometers, and the length of the terminal reaches 28 kilometers. Each port has a specific loading and unloading point.

Port of Niehl I (Port of Niehl I, port code: DENHL)

The Port of Nigel 1 (at 695.8 km from the Rhine) is the port of the Port of Cologne, with 1,310,600 square meters, the largest area (of which 472,700 square meters of water surface, 26% of the total) and the central logistics hub of Cologne. The port was opened in 1925 and currently has four terminals, and two container terminals take up more than 70,000 square meters of space. There are 14 cranes in total. The Port of Nigel 1 is also a maintenance port for passenger ships, especially the Cologne-Düsseldorf Rheinschiffahrt (KD), Germany. Beginning in 1959, the port expanded steadily and continued until 1970. In 2011, Port 1 of Nihel handled about 2,220 ship unloading and 2,093,700 tons of cargo.

Port of Niehl II (Port of Niehl II, port code: DENHL)

The Port of Niehl II (699.1 kilometers from the Rhine) is mainly used for oil and gas processing and chemical processing, as well as new Ford vehicles delivered here. The land area is 59,700 square meters and the water area is 87,800 square meters (59%). In 1958, we started the construction of the oil terminal. With the closure of the Esso Refinery in 1985, Nigel II lost its most valuable customers. In response, the Port Authority set up two roll-on and roll-off equipment ("Ro-Ro") in the same year, in which automobile transportation, including the nearby Ford factory, can load production cars. About the entrance to the port since 1986 is a pedestrian bridge (cable-stayed bridge). The folding port has a tonnage of 412,800 tons (2011).

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Port of Koln-Mulheim (Port of Koln-Mulheim, or Mülheimer Hafen, port code: DEMMO)

The port of Cologne Mülheim on the right bank of the Rhine (691.5 kilometers from the Rhine) was opened in 1880. Since then, he has only heavy cranes. By May 2000, there were no more dismantling of cargo transportation, but the operating equipment would be May endanger cargo ships. The Port of Cologne Mülheim also talked about its importance in the future, especially the maintenance of port facilities and the increase in port equipment. Shipyard Deutz maintains the maintenance, upgrade and modification of cargo ships and passenger ships of large equipment in the Port of Mülheim. Just as the Port of Mülheim (port) is included in accordance with § 1 of the Federal Water Transport Act dedicated to the waters of the international waterway "Rhine", it is the only port in the city of Cologne and therefore part of the port of the Federal Republic; here is a branch (tonnage And transport signs) indicating that the Waterway and Cologne Shipping Agency is the operator of the Federal Republic. The land area is 260,000 square meters and 130,000 square meters (50%) of waters. The largest customer for the loading and unloading of bulk cargoes previously delivered to the Port of Mülheim is the Felton and Gillette Association. The transportation of prestressed concrete parts of the "Kazen Mountain" flyover of the Federal Garden Exhibition was from 1955 to 1957.

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Port of Koln-Deutz (Port of Koln-Deutz or Deutzer Hafen)

On the right bank of the Rhine, the Port of Cologne Deutz (687.3 kilometers away from the Rhine) opened on December 14, 1907. The Port of Cologne Deutz covers an area of ​​240,700 square meters and a water surface area of ​​123,700 square meters (34%). The total tonnage of the adjacent grains to the Kampfmeier flour mill, feed mill and liquid chalk and waste is 264,500 tons. The secondary protection, the electric bridge opened in March 1908, is the only port special equipment at the entrance. In September 2009, the council of the city of Cologne decided to consider partial reconstruction of the port. Since September 2013, in addition to some of the functions of the city port, the port area has become a residential, commercial and service center after the rest is allocated to other ports.

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Cologne Godorf Port (Port of Koln-Godorf or Hafen Godorf, port code: DEGDO)

The port of Godorf in Cologne is 671.9 kilometers from the Rhine. The port was established in 1901 and mainly handles lignite. The Godorf port facility does not belong to the city of Cologne. The Vochem-Brühl-Wesseling railway line was opened on April 1, 1901, followed by the shipyard between Godorf and Wesseling. Joined today's Godorf terminal in 1928 and opened in 1960, operating the company with the Shell Oil Refinery Pelvis II ("oil port"). In 1961, Harbor III ("Air Port") was completed. After the war, on September 1, 1945, activities in the port of Godorf in Cologne began again, because he proposed the chemical liquids and gases of the neighboring factories (Shell Refinery Rhein, Rhein Olefinwerke (now LyondellBasell)), and its tanker installation Special equipment. The port of Godorf is the port with the strongest cargo volume in the Port of Cologne. The products including "petroleum, petroleum products, gas" and various chemical products such as acids and alkalis are 5 million tons (84% of the total envelope), and the most important one is the product processing group. This is followed by salt (281600 tons), gravel (233,400 tons) or Feuchthydrat (203600 tons). The port of Godorfer has 170,200 square meters of land and 192,900 square meters of water area (53%). As the only port in Cologne with a water surface area larger than the available land area. With 4 cranes and 17 liquid equipment equipment, in 2011, the company handled 3,310 ships with 5,919,200 tons of loading and unloading.

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Summary of DECGN

Koin (Port Code:DECGN) is a Rhine River cruise port and city in Germany's North Rhine-Westphalia state. The port of Cologne stretches along 15km of the River Rhine and is located almost 700km from the North Sea. Cologne deals with barge traffic and a wide variety of cargoes. Approx 7,500,000t of cargo handled annually. In early-November 2018, PitPoint LNG BV (Holland-based company founded in 2016, subsidiary of Primagaz Nederland BV) was granted a permit to build shore-to-ship LNG bunkering station for supplying LNG-powered inland vessels with liquefied natural gas.

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