Autorità Portuale di Napoli
Piazzale Pisacane 1
The 15 m deep Port of Naples lies in the Western Italy at the Tyrrhenian Sea, offering 70 mooring places across a total of 11.5 km of quays.
There are seven main terminals in Naples port serving freight traffic, of which two handle lo-lo vessels (477,020 TEU in 2013), one ro-ro cargo, two are for timber and cellulose and another two for cereals.
The port authority's 'Three-year Operational Plan' (TOP) is focused on developing the Eastern Wet Dock in order for it to handle approx. 800,000 TEU per year in the near future and to boost the container traffic even further to over 1.4 mln TEU by 2020. TOP covers also the development of the port's western area, incl. delocalisation of the oil terminal and improvement of hinterland links.
|C||Consorzio Napoletano Terminal Containers (CONATECO)|
|B C||Terminal Flavio Gioia|
|R C||Società Terminal Contenitori|
|D||Solid Bulk Terminal|
|R||Terminal Coastal Tirrenia|
|P||Napoli Cruise Terminal|
|Total port area:||409 ha|
|Land area:||143 ha|
|Water depth:||5 to 14 m|
|Total quay length:||11 km|
|No. of quays:||38|
|TOTAL||-||20.39 mln tn||-|
|Dry bulk||-||4.06 mln tn||-|
|Liquids||-||5.94 mln tn||-|
|General cargo||-||10.39 mln tn||-|
|incl.||Containers||-||447.02 thou. TEU||-|
|Ro-ro||-||5.44 mln tn||-|
|Ship calls||-||48.31 thou.||-|