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3 days, 4 sessions, multiple speakers, experts in their fields and the ongoing topics crucial for the port industry in the Baltic Sea Region – this is what the upcoming Baltic Ports Conference looks like in a nutshell. It will be the perfect time to assess the current situation of ports in our region and to predict their future in the context of geopolitics, shipping outlook, transport policy, greening and the energy transition. Book September 4-6th in your calendar now and join us in Klaipeda, Lithuania for the biggest annual event organized by the Baltic Ports Organization.
About the Port of Klaipeda
The Port of Klaipeda is a multifunctional port, suitable for all kinds of cargo. With 33 terminals, the port can handle containers, ro-ro, dry bulk, liquid bulk, general, and project cargoes. It is the second-largest container hub in the Baltic Sea. For two consecutive years (2022-2023), annual container traffic has been exceeding 1 mln. TEUs.
The Port has ocean-going container lines to the US, India and Pakistan, Asia, as well as all the major European container ports. The Port of Klaipeda is surrounded by the city and nature reserve, therefore greening initiatives are of the utmost importance, Klaipeda Port invests in the greening projects like hydrogen production, alternative fuel hub, hybrid and electric port’s fleet, OPS stations, and emission monitoring programme.
The Port will become an offshore wind installation and O&M hub . The installation terminal is planned to be built in the end of 2025 and will support the installation of the two Lithuanian offshore wind farms.
The largest expansion project is the construction of the Southern Port – a new 100 hectares terminal scheduled to be built in 2028. The new terminal will have a capacity of an additional 30 million tonnes or 2,5 million TEU.
More about the Port: https://portofklaipeda.lt/en


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