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  • „ Klaipėda State Seaport of Lithuania - Perspectives for Development“
  • Klaipedaport New

    1. 1. Klaipeda State Seaport
    2. 2. Location KLAIPĖDA Population of Lithuania: 3,36 mln. Area of Lithuania: 65 300 km 2 Population of Klaipeda: 185 000 Area of Klaipeda: 98 km 2 55°44‘ North latitude 21°07‘ East longitude
    3. 3. Klaip e da - k ey facts <ul><li>Strategically located - ”Transit gateway No.1 in Lithuania” </li></ul><ul><li>756 years of history </li></ul><ul><li>Strong economic growth in the region – 4161 mln $ GDP (11,7 of all Lithuania) </li></ul><ul><li>566 mln $ foreign direct investments </li></ul><ul><li>205 ha of Free Economic Zone </li></ul><ul><li>Ice-free port in Baltic sea region </li></ul><ul><li>City and port </li></ul><ul><li>800 enterprises are directly related to the operations of Klaipeda port </li></ul>
    4. 4. Management of the port <ul><li>Port Authority: </li></ul><ul><li>uses and manages the state property; </li></ul><ul><li>ensures safe navigation in the port; </li></ul><ul><li>constructs, operates and develops port infrastructure; </li></ul><ul><li>draws up strategic development plans; </li></ul><ul><li>leases port land and collects port dues. </li></ul>Port operators - stevedoring, shipbuilding, ship repair and other companies render cargo-handling, warehousing, towage, logistics, forwarding, agency, shipbuilding, ship repair and other types of services.
    5. 5. Port of Klaipeda – geographical position and liner connections
    6. 6. Riga and Finish bays ( March 2003) Tallinn Riga Sankt - Petersburg
    7. 7. Reconstruction and dredging of Klaip ė da port entrance 2001 The depth of the entrance Channel -12.0 m 2002 The depth of the entrance Channel -14.5 m, breakwaters reconstructed 2008 The depth of the entrance Channel -15.5 m
    8. 8. Annual port turnover trend, mln. t
    9. 9. Structure of handled cargo , 200 7
    10. 10. Main transit countries, 2006 - 2007 mln. t
    11. 11. Shipments from/to the port of Klaip ė da in 2007 (total 62 countries), th. t
    12. 12. Container shipments from/to the port of Klaip ė da in 2007, in TEU 8 224 G. Britain 15 866 The Netherlands 20 437 Finland 20 712 Latvia 21 956 Sweden 30 419 Poland 31 928 Belgium 167 194 Germany
    13. 13. Ro - Ro passenger traffic
    14. 14. Cruise passenger traffic
    15. 15. Ro - Ro cargo turnover trend, units
    16. 16. Container traffic throughput, TEU
    17. 17. Comparison of container handling in Klaipeda, Ventspils, Riga and Tallinn in thousand TEU ’s
    18. 18. Container - contrailer shuttle “Viking” <ul><li>Competitive tariffs and delivery time (55 hours) </li></ul><ul><li>From 01-01-2006 3 times per week </li></ul>40066 23464 885 $ 551 $ 40' cont. 20' cont. 55 h 1734 km Tar iffs Time Di s tance Shuttle train Viking (Klaipėda - Odessa - Ilyichevsk)
    19. 19. A new container terminal
    20. 20. A new Passenger - Cargo Terminal will be built till 2010 Water cleaning facilities Liquid agricultural products Warehouse Passenger terminal Highway Klaipeda – Vilnius (IX B corridor ) Passenger gallery
    21. 21. <ul><li>Driving forces fro long – term port expansion DEEP WATER AVANT PORT - Rapid growth of cargo flows (2001 - 17 mln. t., 2007 – 27,4 mln. t) requires port facilities with larger capacity and space; - Larger tonnage vessels (until 2002 – 40 000 DWT, 2007 - 100 000 DWT, later - 150 000 DWT) requires the water depth –17 m. - Intensified navigation of larger vessels requires more space within the port waters, thus they should be diverted to the avant-port for safer and smoother navigation </li></ul>
    22. 22. Thank you for your attention ! www.portofklaipeda.lt

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