Germany 14.22 (Europe/Berlin)
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Map showing the location of Bremen

About The Port

Port comprises Farge Oil Terminal, Car Terminal Egerland, Mittelsburener Hafen/Osterort, Kap Horn and Werfthafen areas on the river Weser. Non-tidal basins are Industriehafen, Neustadter Hafen, Getreidehafen/Holz und Fabrikenhafen and Hohentorshafen. Non-tidal basins are protected by Oslebshausen Lock. Main port activities are the handling of general cargo, containers, vehicles, bulk cargo, project logistics and forest products. Port handles international shipping lines and European feeder services, inland waterway connection to the German and Central European canal network.

Situated on the River Weser, approx. 32 n.m. upriver from Bremerhaven in NW Germany.

Provided by Shipping Guides Ltd

Port Services

ITF Inspectors

Susan Linderkamp

Assistant Coordinator
Contact Details
+49 1511 2 666 006

Sven Hemme

Contact Details
+49 151 27037384