Improving access to the Port of Szczecin in the area of the Dębicki Canal
This investment is one of the flagship projects implemented by the ZMPSiŚ in the Port of Szczecin. Its aim is to obtain a potential for bulk cargo transhipment increased in terms of quality and quantity through the construction of a new Norweskie Quay (constituting an extension of the line of the already existing Fińskie Quay, which serves as a container terminal) and the modernization of the existing Czeskie and Słowackie Quays along with the modernization of technical infrastructure at the quays’ immediate facilities and their adaptation to a technical depth of 12.5 m.
Moreover, in order to secure the shore of Ostrów Grabowski and further extend the line of the Norwegian Quay in the future, it is planned to build an embankment with capping with a length of approx. 600 m (future name – Duńskie Quay).
Currently, the Czeskie and Słowackie Quays are the most intensely used bulk cargo quays in the Port of Szczecin, and the scope of the investment will ensure that their parameters are adjusted to handle the largest ships that will be able to call at the port in Szczecin, after the Świnoujście-Szczecin fairway is modernised to a depth of 12.5 m.
General Contractor Konsorcjum NDI
Project’s execution 2020-2022
Last Updated on August 13, 2021 by Karolina Ampulska