Port of Gdynia

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Port of Gdynia
Basen-portowy-gdynia.jpg
dock of the port
Location
Country Poland
Location Gdynia
Coordinates 54°32′03″N 18°34′23″E / 54.53417°N 18.57306°E / 54.53417; 18.57306
Details
Opened 1926
Operated by Port of Gdynia Authority
Owned by City of Gdynia
Type of harbor deepwater seaport
Size 7,554 km2
Statistics
Annual container volume 849,123(2014)
Value of cargo 19,405 (2014)
Website
Port of Gdynia Authority
Ships at the seaport of Gdynia.
schematic chart

Port of Gdynia – the Polish seaport located on the western coast of Gdańsk Bay Baltic sea in Gdynia. Founded in 1926. In 2008 it was #2 in containers on the Baltic sea. The port adjoins Gdynia Naval Base with which it shares waterways but is administratively a separate entity.

[1] Trans-shipments[edit]

    • 1924 - 10,000 tons
    • 1929 - 2,923,000 tons
    • 1938 - 8,700,000 tons
    • 1990 - 9,987,000 tons[1]
    • 1995 - 7,739,000 tons[1]
    • 2000 - 8,397,000 tons[1]
    • 2002 - 9,349,000 tons[1]
    • 2003 - 9,797,000 tons[1]
    • 2004 - 10,711,000 tons[1]
    • 2005 - 11,038,000 tons[1]
    • 2006 - 12,218,000 tons[1]
    • 2007 - 14,849,000 tons[1]
    • 2008 - 12,860,000 tons[1]
    • 2009 - 11,361,000 tons[1]
    • 2010 - 12,346,000 tons[1]
    • 2011 - 12,992,000 tons[1]
    • 2012 - 13,187,000 tons[1]
    • 2013 - 15,051,000 tons[1]
    • 2014 - 16,961,000 tons[1]
    • 2015 - 15,521,000 tons[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Statistical Yearbook of Maritime Economy 2015". Central Statistical Office of Poland. Central Statistical Office of Poland. 2015-12-22. Retrieved 2016-09-04. 
  2. ^ "Gospodarka morska w Polsce w 2015 roku". Central Statistical Office of Poland. Central Statistical Office of Poland. Retrieved 2016-09-03. 

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