The Port of Gdynia serves the hinterlands of Eastern Europe. Situated on Gdansk Bay, this seaport is home to the Baltic Container Terminal, a vital link in the Polish logistics gateway for steel import/ export and project cargo.
With a current annual handling capacity of 1 million TEUs, the Port of Gdynia’s Baltic Container Terminal serves the Baltic region with its wide hinterland connectivity.
- Strategically located within the Baltic-Adriatic Corridor which is one of the most important trans-European road and railway axes recognized by the European Union
- Only terminal in Gdynia that can accommodate full train length connecting to South Poland and Central European countries within VI Pan-European Transport Corridor
- Top class performance in BCT's 24/7 ice-free port operations
- Customer-friendly regulations and excellent collaboration with state-controlled entities
- Investment programs including new handling equipment on both sea and landside, quay rehabilitation, a rebuilt intermodal terminal with new rail siding, storage areas and state-of-the-art IT systems
|TERMINAL AREA (ha)||60|
|BERTH LENGTH (m)||800|
|CONTAINER FREIGHT STATION (ha)||2|
|INTERMODAL RAIL TRACK (680m each)||3|
|QUAY CRANES (units)||6|
|RUBBER-TIRED GANTRY CRANES (units)||20|
|RAIL-MOUNTED GANTRY CRANES (units)||2|