Port of Midia
|Port of Midia|
|Owned by||Compania Naționalǎ Administrația Porturilor Maritime Constanța|
|Type of harbor||Natural/Artificial|
|Size of harbor||6 square kilometres|
|Land area||2.34 square kilometres|
|Size||834 acres (8.34 square kilometres)|
|General manager||Constantin Matei|
|Annual cargo tonnage||6.712.490 tonnes (2016)|
It is one of the satellite ports of Constanța and was designed and built to serve the adjacent industrial and petrochemical facilities.
The north and south breakwaters have a total length of 6,97 km. The port covers 834 ha of which 234 ha is land and 600 ha is water. There are 14 berths (11 operational berths, 3 berths belong to the Constanța Shipyard) with a total length of 2,24 km.
Further to dredging operations performed the port depths are increased to 9 m at crude oil discharging berths 1–4, allowing access to tankers having an 8.5 m maximum draught and 20,000 DWT.
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