List of busiest ports in Europe

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List of busiest ports in Europe.

Busiest container ports[edit]

Ranks for 2011

Location of the largest European sea ports along the so-called Northern Range
Rank in
Europe
Rank in
World
Port City State TEU's in
2008[1]
TEU's in
2009[2]
TEU's in
2010[3]
TEU's in
2011[4]
1 10 Port of Rotterdam Rotterdam  Netherlands
10,783,825
9,743,290
11,145,804
11,876,920
2 14 Port of Hamburg Hamburg  Germany
9,737,110
7,007,704
7,895,736
9,014,165
3 15 Port of Antwerp Antwerp  Belgium
8,662,891
7,309,639
8,468,475
8,664,243
4 21 Port of Bremen-Bremerhaven Bremerhaven  Germany
5,488,189
4,578,642
4,888,655
5,915,487
5 26 Port of Valencia Valencia  Spain
3,602,112
3,653,890
4,206,937
4,327,371
6 30 Port of Algeciras Algeciras  Spain
3,324,310
3,043,268
2,810,242
3,608,301
7 32 Port of Felixstowe Felixstowe  United Kingdom
3,251,077
3,100,000
3,400,000
3,248,592
8 50 Port of Petersburg Saint Petersburg  Russia
1,983,110
1,341,850
1,931,382
2,365,174
9 51 Malta Freeport Marsaxlokk  Malta
2,300,000
2,260,000
2,260,000
2,360,000
10 53 Port of Gioia Tauro Gioia Tauro  Italy
3,481,043
2,857,438
2,851,261
2,264,798
11 54 Port of Le Havre Le Havre  France
2,488,654
2,240,714
2,358,077
2,215,262
12 55 Port of Bruges-Zeebrugge Zeebrugge (Bruges)  Belgium
2,209,715
2,328,198
2,389,879
2,207,257
13 60 Port of Barcelona Barcelona  Spain
2,569,549
1,800,214
1,945,735
2,033,747
14 63 Port of London London  United Kingdom
2,006,721
no data no data
1,932,000
15 64 Port of Dublin Dublin  Ireland
2,039,041
no data no data
1,931,001
16 70 Port of Genoa Genoa  Italy
1,766,605
1,533,627
1,758,858
1,847,648
17 86 Port of Southampton Southampton  United Kingdom
1,850,132
1,400,000
1,540,000
1,324,581
18 87 Port of La Spezia La Spezia  Italy
1,246,139
1,046,063
1,285,455
1,307,274
19 89 Port of Las Palmas Las Palmas*[5]  Spain
1,428,944
1,007,207
1,198,491
1,287,389

Busiest ports by cargo tonnage[edit]

Ranks for 2011

Rank in
Europe
Rank in
World
Port City State Thousands
of tons
in 2010[3]
Thousands
of tons
in 2011[4]
1 4 Port of Rotterdam Rotterdam  Netherlands 429,926
434,551
2 17 Port of Antwerp Antwerp  Belgium 178,167
187,151
3 26 Port of Hamburg Hamburg  Germany 121,187
132,216
4 38 Port of Amsterdam Amsterdam  Netherlands 90,644
92,887
5 41 Port of Marseille Marseille  France 85,997
88,072
6 47 Port of Novorossisk Novorossisk  Russia 81,603
81,050
7 48 Port of Bremerhaven Bremerhaven  Germany 68,690
80,585
8 49 Port of Algeciras Algeciras  Spain 65,531
76,884
9 50 Port of Primorsk Primorsk  Russia 77,640
75,125
10 54 Port of Le Havre Le Havre  France 70,469
67,561
11 60 Port of Valencia Valencia  Spain 63,741
65,475
12 63 Port of Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg  Russia 57,967
59,990
13 66 Port of Grimsby and Immingham Grimsby and Immingham  United Kingdom 54,029
57,293
14 76 Port of Bergen Bergen  Norway 49,870
50,965
15 78 Port of Genoa Genoa  Italy 50,702
50,393
16 81 Port of Gothenburg Gothenburg  Sweden 43,875
49,547
17 82 Port of London London  United Kingdom 48,060
48,796
18 85 Port of Milford Haven Milford Haven  United Kingdom 42,788
48,699
19 87 Port of Trieste Trieste  Italy 47,418
48,237
20 88 Port of Dunkirk Dunkirk  France 42,980
47,516
21 89 Port of Bruges-Zeebrugge Zeebrugge (Bruges)  Belgium 49,600
46,957
22 90 Port of Constanța Constanța  Romania 47,563
45,972
23 96 Port of Barcelona Barcelona  Spain 42,878
43,054
no data no data Port of Southampton Southampton  United Kingdom 39,365 no data

Busiest transshipment ports[edit]

Rank in
Europe
Rank in
World
Port City State % Transshipment in 2004[6]
1 7 Port of Rotterdam Rotterdam  Netherlands 40.2
2 9 Port of Gioia Tauro Gioia Tauro  Italy 80.4
3 10 Port of Algeciras Algeciras  Spain 84.7
4 11 Port of Hamburg Hamburg  Germany 32.8
5 16 Port of Antwerp Antwerp  Belgium 23.0

Other large ports in Europe[edit]

Albania Albania[edit]

Belgium Belgium[edit]

  • Port of Ghent - Belgium's 3rd port and 10th port in the Le Havre-Hamburg Range

Bulgaria Bulgaria[edit]

Croatia Croatia[edit]

  • Port of Split, as of 2011 the port ranks as the largest passenger port in Croatia and the third largest passenger port in the Mediterranean
  • Port of Rijeka, with 220,000 passenger, cargo of 10,200,000 and 137,048 TEUs in 2010

Cyprus Cyprus[edit]

Estonia Estonia[edit]

France France[edit]

Germany Germany[edit]

Greece Greece[edit]

Republic of Ireland Ireland[edit]

Italy Italy[edit]

Lithuania Lithuania[edit]

Romania Romania[edit]

  • Port of Constanta - Romania's largest port as well as the largest port on the Black sea

Malta Malta[edit]

Norway Norway[edit]

Poland Poland[edit]

  • Port of Gdańsk, with cargo of 30,043,000 tons and about 1,150,000 TEUs in 2013 at the Baltic Sea's only deepwater container terminal DCT Gdańsk

Portugal Portugal[edit]

Spain Spain[edit]

Sweden Sweden[edit]

SwedenDenmark Sweden & Denmark[edit]

Ukraine Ukraine[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AAPA World Port Rankings 2008" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-08-06. 
  2. ^ "World Port Rankings 2009" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-08-06. 
  3. ^ a b "AAPA World Port Rankings 2010" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-08-06. 
  4. ^ a b "World Port Rankings 2011" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-08-06. 
  5. ^ a b Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife lies in Spain's Canary Islands around Africa.
  6. ^ "Container shipping: Overcapacity inevitable despite increasing demand" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-08-06. 
  7. ^ Memoria 2008, Annual Report, Port of Malaga site
  8. ^ [1][dead link]