THE PORT OF THESSALONIKI
The port of Thessaloniki is rated among the largest ports
of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Taking advantages from its privileged geographical location (it is the natural
outlet of the Balkan Peninsula) attracts significant commercial traffic and
transportation activities from all over the world.
A transportation network constituted from rail, motor, air and sea lines connects
the port of Thessaloniki with the Eastern and Western Europe.
Since this port exists, it used to be the central entrance from Mediterranean
sea to the Balkan countries. Till today it keeps this essential activity.
Since the older times and further to the recent ones this port has been claimed
by all Balkan nations to be possessed and this one has caused lots of disputes
and wars. However, as a response to the above our port remains an international
Its modern equipment, its storage facilities, and its security services allow it
to be considered as a good save berth. In the Free Zone there are the following
||10 plus containers dock
||10m - 15m
||28 (for heavy cargo 8)
||3ton - 40 ton
|Bridge Cranes (CNTRS)
||4 - capacity 50 ton