Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon from 29th March to 5th April
There are 36 cargo ships scheduled for the period from 30 March to 5 April. By classification, will arrive at the Port of Lisbon, 14 containers, 7 bulk carriers, 6 tanks, 4 general cargo single deck, 2 general cargo multi deck, 1 mixed - general cargo / containers, 1 ro-ro and 1 research / exploration.
We highlight this week the ship "GRIKOS", ship classified as bulk carrier, operated by Cintia Nave - Afretamentos Marítimos, Lda.. Coming from the Romanian port of Constanta, the ship has 17.944 t. of GT, 170.7 meters long, 9.2 meters of draft, 20 crew on board and flag of Panama.
This ship comes to Lisbon to perform a sunflower seed unloading operation at the Palencia Food Bulk Terminal, operated by Sovena Read More
Cargo ships at Port of Lisbon from 23rd to 29th March
There are 24 cargo ships scheduled for the period from 23 to 29 March. By classification, will arrive at the Port of Lisbon, 14 container carriers, 4 mixed - general cargo / containers, 3 general single deck cargo, 2 tanks and 1 general multi deck cargo.
We highlight this week the vessel "OKEE ANN MARI", a vessel classified as container carrier, operated by Hapag-Lloyd Portugal, Lda.. Coming from the French port of Dunkerke, the ship has 18,334 t. of GT, 175.49 meters in length, 9.7 meters of draft, 22 crew on board and flag of Liberia.
This vessel belongs to the regular weekly line DEX - Dakar Express and comes to Lisbon to carry out both loading and unloading operations at the Alcântara Container Terminal, operated by Liscont, following to the Moroccan port of Tanger Med Read More
The Port of Lisbon operates 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.
Managed by the Authority of the Port of Lisbon and supported by a dynamic and experient community its mission is to render a multifunctional service oriented towards the client.
As a multifunctional port, the port of Lisbon comprises various specialised terminals in the handling of all type of cargo, placing it in a privileged competitive position.
The geo-strategical centrality affords it an enhanced statute at international level, placing it amidst the world’s main maritime routes. Lisbon assumes the role of fundamental link between the Mediterranean and the North of Europe, but also as a revolving board of international commerce between Europe, Africa, America and the Far East.
Throughout the years, the Port of Lisbon has registered a noteworthy growth in all business areas, thus becoming an important engine of social-economic development of the Lisbon and Vale do Tejo region. It is national leader in the agri-bulk cargo segments.
The Port of Lisbon is an important multimodal logistics platform, which is integrated in the Trans-European transport network and thus assures the quick flow of all types of merchandise.