Port of Gdynia is a dynamically developing Polish seaport with a convenient location in the area of Gdansk Bay. Called the “Polish window to the world”. The Port of Gdynia is a universal port, one of the leading ports in the South Baltic Sea Region.
It specializes in handling general cargo, mainly unitized cargo transported in containers and in a ro-ro system. An important role in the port’s activity is played by well-equipped bulk terminals. The Port of Gdynia is a recognized brand in transport and logistics systems all over the world.
The Port is a node of the TEN-T core network and the entry point of the Baltic-Adriatic Corridor, the extension of which connects Gdynia with Sweden via the Gdynia-Karlskrona Motorway of the Sea. The modern infrastructure of the port and its terminals is used by the world and Europe's largest shipping operators.