Gliwice Port

Gliwice Port

Silesian Logistics Centre JSC located in Gliwice, manages the largest and most universal inland port in Poland for over 28 years. Here in Gliwice is the beginning of the Odra River Waterway, which connects Upper Silesia with the Szczecin and Świnoujście ports and it is connected to the canal network of Western Europe. First 41 km of Odra River Waterway is the Gliwice Canal built in 1933-39 together with the Gliwice Port. At the beginning the transshipment capacity was about 2 million tons of bulk cargo per year. Major cargoes were coal, iron ore and steel products.

Today Silesian Logistics Centre JSC has the transshipment capacity of 1 600 000 tons of bulk cargo a year. At this moment, four of the six sluices of Gliwice Canal wait for planned modernization. In 2021-2030 building Koźle-Ostrava canal is planned, it is supposed to be a part of polish waterway to Danube.

According to European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance, which was signed by Polish President Andrzej Duda, Gliwice Port is under nr P 30-01-01.



If you have any queries regarding the offer or need any further information, please find the direct contact information below. You will be provided with professional, nice and helpful service.

Contact info

44-100 Gliwice, 28 Portowa street
+48 32 30 18 402


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