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Klaipeda Port’s cargo volume is up 22% in Q1 to 9 million tons. Freight traffic passing through Port of Klaipeda (Lithuania) in the first quarter of this year rose by 22.1% from last year’s figures, to 9, 04 million tons, the Lithuania Transport Ministry said citing the Klaipeda Port Authority statistical data.

In March, freight volume handled at the port grew by 13% to 2,94 million tons, including 146,200 tons of bulk cargo (+28.6%), 745,500 tons of liquid bulk (-11%) and 433,500 tons of rolling cargo (+16.9%). The port's monthly container volume surged by 60.3% to 38,116 TEUs.

State-run Port of Klaipeda, the northernmost ice-free port on the East coast of the Baltic Sea, is the largest Lithuanian transport hub, connecting sea and inland traffic lanes. There are 17 stevedore companies, shipyards and other operators at the port, providing a broad range of services. In 2010, Port of Klaipeda cargo throughput increased year-over-year by 10.9%, to 31,27m tons.

One of the most up-to-date oil terminals in Europe:

After reconstruction SC Klaipedos Nafta has become one of the most modern oil terminals in Europe. Here start the shortest land routes to the most important industrial regions of East-European countries (Russia, Byelorussia and the Ukraine).


Activities and services

Oil products are delivered to the Terminal by railway cars, unloaded into storage tanks and after accumulation of the required cargo batch are loaded into tankers. This technological chain can be summarized as follows: railway-car - storage tank - tanker.

When necessary, the available process equipment allows the adverse technological chain: tanker - railway car - tank-truck. Unloading and loading of the products in the Terminal is performed using closed means - pipelines. 

The main activities:

·             Transships crude oil and oil products (heavy fuel oil, crude oil, diesel oil, gasoline, jet fuel, etc.) from railway cars to tankers.

·             Unloads crude oil and oil products from tankers into railway cars.

·             Temporary stores (accumulates) crude oil and oil products.

·             Determines quality parameters of oil products.

·             Injects chemical additives into oil products.

·             Accepts oily water from ships.

·             Provides ships with fuel and water.

·             Moors tankers.