Rostock Port

Company name:

Rostock Port c/o Hafen-Entwicklungsgesellschaft Rostock mbH


Ost-West-Str. 32
D - 18147 Rostock

+49 (0) 381 350 0

The Port of Rostock, a former member of the Hanseatic League, is located in northeastern Germany in Mecklenburg-Western Pomarania state. After the mid-1990s redevelopment, port's ability has been increased to take in ships of up to 100,000 dwt, making it Germany's deep-water leader. Rostock has abilities to handle various kinds of freight including heavy lift, dry and breakbulk cargo, oils, fuels as well as paper and ro-ro. The most notable commodities are steel products, nonferrous materials, plaster boards, projects cargo and cement.

As for logistics facilities, Port of Rostock provides in total 105,000 m² open storage as well as three quay sheds, available for distribution, storage and value added services. As Germany’s largest Baltic cargo port, Rostock holds the proud name of the biggest passenger port in the country with 2.4 mln of passenger in 2013. A number of liner services links the harbour with destinations in Scandinavia, UK, The Netherlands, Spain and United States. In addition, more than 30 intermodal trains operate weekly between Rostock and  Verona, Hamburg, Karlsruhe, Brno, Novara, Domodossola and Wels. North-south motorway A19 and west-east motorway A20 provide a direct access to the port.


D Bulk Terminal
L Chemical Terminal 7
B General Cargo Terminal
D Grain Terminal
R Intermodal Terminal
L Oil Terminal
R Ro-Ro Terminal
R P Warnow Ferry Terminal
Total port area 815 ha
Land area 750 ha
Of which rentable sites 25 ha
Water depth 14.5 m
Total quay length 11 km
No. of quays 47 berths


  2014 2013 YOY 2014/2013
TOTAL 24.16 mln tn 21.36 mln tn +13.1%
Dry bulk 7.13 mln tn 6.03 mln tn +18.4%
Liquids 3 mln tn 2.55 mln tn +17.7%
General cargo 500 thou. tn 450 thou. tn +11.1%
incl.  Containers - - -
 Ro-ro 13.58 mln tn 12.28 mln tn +10.6%
Pax n/a 730 thou. -
Ship calls n/a 198 -
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