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  • 1. In Latvia, Norway and Lithuania.
  • 2. Ports in LatviaPort of Riga and Free port of Ventspils.
  • 3. Riga PortPort of Riga is one ofthe biggest ports inLatvia,and it’s located in theCapital of Latvia – Riga.
  • 4. CargoesThe main cargoes inport of Riga iscontainers, variousmetals, wood, coal,chemical cargoes and oilproducts.
  • 5. HistoryPort of Riga is locatednext to the riverDaugava.Daugava was used as ainternacional traderoute between the BalticStates and the Black Seaas early as the 5thcentury.
  • 6. Free port of Ventspils Free Port of Ventspils is the largest Latvian port and one of the leading ports on the Baltic Sea, at the same time being in top 20 of European ports list.
  • 7. Free port of VentspilsFree Port of Ventspils is located in city Ventspils, and nowadays the port is deepwater , which is ice-free the whole year round.
  • 8. Ports in NorwayNarvik, Bergena and Oslo ports.
  • 9. Narvik PortThe Port of Narvik is the second largest container port in Norway.
  • 10. Narvik PortApproximately 16 million tons of cargo each year are shipped from Narvik port. Most of the cargo contains iron ore.
  • 11. Port of Bergen The Port of BergenAuthority has workedwith the marketing ofBergen cruisedestination. As a result,Bergen had most cruiseships in Norway forseveral years, and is thusthe leading cruise port
  • 12. Port of BergenThis port is well knownfor it’s Fishing marketand Fishing port.
  • 13. Port of OsloThe Port of Oslo isNorways leading cargoand ferry port. In anordinary day up to 50-70 ships sail in and outof the port, withpassengers and cargo.
  • 14. Port of OsloNearly 6 milliontravellers each year useOslo’s port. This port islocated in Norway’scapital Oslo.
  • 15. Port of OsloPort of Oslo is theleading port of cargoand traveller count inNorway.
  • 16. Ports in LithuaniaPort of Klaipeda.
  • 17. Port of KlaipedaLithuanias only port islocated in Klaipeda. It isthe second biggest port inthe Baltic states.
  • 18. Port of KlaipedaThis port is one of themost importantLithuania`s transporthub. It doesnt catchover and it`s goodconnected withLithuania`s roads andrailways.
  • 19. CargoCurrently, cargovolumes at the port ofKlaipeda in a year makesaround 30-40 milliontons.Every year in this portarrives approximately 7thousands ships frommore than 45 countries
  • 20. This port city is in cruise ship routes.Currently from Klaipeda, the ferries travel toSweden, Germany and Denmark .

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