Odessa Sea Port


Odessa Merchant Sea Port
1, Tamozhenaya Square, Odessa, 65026, Ukraine.
Odessa Merchant Sea Port on Map Scheme of Odessa Merchant Sea Port
Contacts and Phones of Odessa Sea Port
Director General +380-48-7293555, fax 7293627
Deputy Director General +380-48-7294540
Chief Engineer +380-48-7294470
Economics and Development, Deputy Director +380-48-7294818
Personnel and Social Affairs, Deputy Director +380-48-7293447
Labour Protection, Deputy Director +380-48-7294357
Harbour Master +380-48-7293661
Chief Accountant +380-48-7293554
Chief Operator +380-48-7293600
Operator on Duty +380-482-252933, +380-48-7294495
Chief Mechanic +380-48-7294300, fax 7293145
Chief Technologist +380-48-7293448
Chief Power Engineering Technologist +380-48-7293603
Agreement and Tender Service, Manager +380-48-7294332
Commercial Department, Director +380-48-7293765
Marketing Department, Director +380-48-7294900
Agreement Depatment Director +380-48-7294332
Tender Department, Manager +380-48-7294744
Oil Handling Facilities, Director +380-48-7293348
Port Fleet Manager +380-48-7294362
Passenger Terminal Manager +380-48-7294935
Repair and Construction Office, Director +380-48-7294756, 7293833
Shipyard 'Ukraine', Director +380-48-7230373,7294220
Vessel Traffic Service Service +380-48-7294790
Director of Sea Club +380-48-7294336
Certificate and Passport Office, Manager +380-48-7294822
Trade Union Committee Chairman +380-48-7294403
Port State Control +380-48-7293051
Fire Inspector +380-48-7293935
Fire Brigade +380-48-7293354, 7292123
Information Desk +380-48-7293411
Black Sea Region Customhouse +380-482-647461, 649343
Port Border Post +380-48-7293643
Phytosanitary Department +380-48-7293193
Odessa-Port Railway Station +380-482-277700, 274260


The city of Odessa is situated on the north-western part of the Black Sea coast. In the 15-th century the Turkish fortress of Khadzhibey was established there. The fortress was stormed by the Russian army in 1789 and ceded to Russia following its victory in a phase of the Russian-Turkish War of 1787–1791. In spring 1794, taking into consideration the city’s favorable geographic position, the Russian Empress, Catherine II, issued a decree to build a naval harbour and merchant quay here. And on September 2, 1794 the first piles were driven into the sea near the shore. This date is recognized as the birthday of the city and the port, which were named Odessa.

Nowadays, Odessa is also a large industrial centre with mechanical engineering and chemical products plants, food-processing and other light industry factories.

Its mild climate with, on an average, more than 290 sunny days a year, the combination of dry steppe and sea air, healing muds of the Kuyalnik and Khadzhibey Estuaries, all predestined Odessa’s development as a major health and seaside resort centre.

Its convenient geographic position, links with Russia’s vast natural resources, location on the crossroad where great amount of diverse cargo was traded between East and West, led to the rapid development of Odessa’s Merchant Sea Port. By 1815 it was already handling half of all the Black and the Azov Russian ports freight turnover.

From 1819 to 1859, "porto franco" regime had been in force, whereby foreign cargoes were imported and stored duty-free what resulted in great increase of its freight turnover. Indeed, by middle of 19-th century, Odessa Port became the largest one on the entire Black Sea coast. It currently keeps the status of the leading Ukrainian port.


Vessels within Odessa port control area (at anchorages, berths, and while maneuvering) are not allowed to use VHF radio channels 6, 8, 9, 14, 16, 31, 33, 67, 70, 74 for private conversations. If a vessel does not have VHF radio or it is out of service, communication with VTS can be carried out via the radio center at 2182 kHz, call sign Odessa-Radio-1.


General Information

Odessa port position: Latitude 46°32′N, Longitude 30°54′E.

The port is located on the north-western coast of the Black Sea in the south-western part of Odesskiy Gulf, on 141.0 hectares of manmade territory.

Navigable period is possible year-round but during severe winter ice conditions, which can last about 30 days, icebreaker assistance often proves to be necessary. Ice formation may begin in late December and last until February. Strong winds and gales quite often break the ice.

In mild winters ice may not even appear in Odesskiy Gulf. Tides depend on wind force and duration, ranging between 0.6–1 m.

Odessa port waters are bounded: in the south by parallel 46°25′N from the coastline to its intersection with meridian 30°54′E; in the east by meridian 30°54′E as far as the intersection with parallel 46°32′N and the coastline; in the west by the coastline and berth limits.

Ships enter and leave Odessa port via its Eastern, Western and Northern gates. The main channel of the Oil Harbour comprises the first and second channel bends (width of first bends 100 m., second – 140 m., depths of the channel – 13.5 m.).

The nearest sea ports are Yuzhny and Ilichevsk.

Entering and Leaving Port Odessa

Shipmasters should report their ETA in port via their agent 48 and 24 hours in advance. The following information should be included:

  • name of the charterer and type of cargo if the vessel is arriving for loading;
  • the type and quantity of cargo and its stowage in holds, if the vessel is arriving for discharge.

Heavyweight (over 3 t) and very long cargoes (over 9 m) should be reported separately.

Outward formalities for Ukrainian flag vessels can be performed by any of the Port State Control Inspection (PSC) units. Outward formalities for foreign-flag vessels are performed with the supervisors of the ship agency. On shipmaster’s request departure formalities can be performed by an PSC representative on board the ship. Before leaving the ship’s administration should submit to PSC the diagram-scheme of the vessel’s static stability with corrected and maximum metacentric height.

Shipmasters of Ukrainian flag vessels setting out for a foreign voyage and shipmasters of foreign flag vessels via their agent should report their ships’ readiness for departure to PSC no less than 2 hours before border and customs officers start their work on board.

Navigational Conditions

Only vessels that do not exceed 12 m draft, 330 m length and 40 m breadth are allowed into the port’s inner waters. Gas carriers are forbidden to enter port waters.

Being in Odessa port waters, vessels with the draft of 11 m or more are considered to be restricted by draft and should exhibit the lights and signals specified by Rule 28 of IRPCS-72.

Safety control of all vessels in port waters is performed by Vessel Traffic Service (VTS). All maneuvers in controlled water areas and port waters must be done under VTS control. For all operations including entering the controlled area, dropping and heaving up anchor, mooringat and leaving berth, shifting, heaving the log and so on, vessels must request VTS permission.

If a vessel has not started the permitted operation or not entered a controlled area within 30 minutes of the appointed time, the permission expires and has to be renewed.

Vessels proceeding for mooring at berths Nos. 1–33 must keep their anchors housed; their anchors shall be kept ready for dropping when navigational conditions become critical.

Vessels carrying inflammable and highly explosive cargo shall lie at anchorage No. 354 until given further instructions by Odessa port’s administration and fire protection department. And, while in port waters, these vessels shall hoist a Bravo flag in a conspicuous place during daytime, and display a red light during nighttime, which must be visible around the horizon for more than 3 miles.

All shipowners, whose vessels operate in the port inner waters, except for owners of small boats, shall report by 8 a.m. daily to the Chief Operator their ship’s name, and the time of its readiness to depart, shift, place in and go out of dock.

The submitted request is to be performed before noon of the next day. All corrections of ship traffic scheduled for the day are performed by the Chief Operator in collaboration with PSC.

In Odessa port’s inner waters and the oil harbour’s channels vessels’ navigation speed should not exceed 4 knots and 10 knots in all other port water areas.


Pilotage at Odessa port is compulsory. It is provided via ship agent, but orders for pilots should be submitted 12 days in advance and confirmed 96, 24 and 6 hours in advance over Odessa-radio. The shipmaster should confirm the request for pilotage in port waters, whether going into or out of port, via the agent at least 4 hours prior to when pilotage is needed. The vessel should take on the pilot and disembark him at the pilot boat 1.7 miles E.S.E. from Vorontsov Lighthouse (46°29′00′′N, 30°48′00′′E).

Tug Assistance

Tug assistance at Odessa port is compulsory for vessels over 50 m long. Shipmasters should order tugs via the agent no less than 2 hours prior to their ship’s readiness for departure or re-mooring. Tugs should be called for by the shipmaster via the Operator on Duty 45 minutes prior to ship’s full readiness for either departure, shifting or approach through the port’s gates.

Tugs meet and escort vessels entering or leaving port of Odessa at point 12 cables east from Vorontsov Lighthouse.


There are two anchorages in Odessa port’s roadstead: Nos. 354 and 355. Anchorage No. 354 is assigned for heavyweight vessels, tankers, vessels with dangerous cargoes and all ships awaiting entry to the port. At anchorage No. 354 vessels should anchor without assistance. Once the ship has dropped anchor, her bearing and distance from Vorontsov Lighthouse should be reported to VTS operator.

Anchorage No. 355 is assigned for ships under customs’ clearance whether entering or leaving the port and also for ships that arrived for water, provision and fuel bunkering or for minor repairs.

Anchorage in the Oil Harbour channel, in approach channels and at harbour gates is forbidden.

Vessel to shore transportation for Ukrainian flag ships lying at anchor is supplied by Odessa port auxiliary fleet. Requests for roadstead service should be submitted via ship agent.

Customs Restrictions

There is no restriction as to the quantity of cigarettes on board of ship, but when going ashore, only 1–2 packets are allowed per person. Wine and vodka are not allowed when going ashore. If any crewmembers break the local port rules or break the law, they will be fined. If a foreign-flag vessel’s crewmember breaks the rules or laws, border authorities will deny him the right to go ashore.

Policy on Supply and Disposal of Waters

Potable water can be supplied at Odessa port both from the shore and by barge. Minimum quantity when supplied by barge is 15 t.

Disposal of Oil-polluted Waters

Collection and discharge of oil-polluted and sewage waters from all vessels can be performed by Odessa port services upon shipmaster’s order and in accordance with standard tariffs. Clean and isolated ballast shall be discharged only via specially designed ship pipelines and pumps. Pumping overboard of isolated ballast shall be performed under the surveillance of an PSC representative. The ballast waters purification plant can handle up to 42,000 cu. m of ballast waters.

Other Services

Equipment for cleaning of vessels' holds at Odessa port is available.


Port of Odessa can handle over 21 million t of dry cargoes and 25 million t of liquid cargoes. Container terminal is designed to overload over 900,000 TEU per year

The port is fitted out with modern equipment, machinery and devices for handling the following cargoes:

  • crude oil and petroleum products;
  • liquefied gas;
  • tropical and vegetable oils;
  • containers;
  • ferrous and non-ferrous metals;
  • non-ferrous metall ores;
  • cast iron, scrap metal in bulk;
  • bulk raw sugar;
  • bulk grain;
  • paper in rolls;
  • citrus fruits, bananas on pallets;
  • packed perishable goods;
  • different general cargoes in bags, boxes, packets, big bags, barrels, etc.

It can accommodate large passenger cruise liners, and has the most modern passenger terminal in Ukraine, which admits up to 4 million passengers a year.

Odessa Port Daily Capacity
Cargo Capacity (t)
Crude oil 10000
Black petroleum products 13300
Diesel fuel 3300
Grain 2000
Sugar 2000
Ground oil-cake/bran 900
Fertilizers in Bulk 3000 / 5000
Ote 1500 / 2000
Coal 1500 / 2000
Equipment in boxes 450
General cargo 450
Metal constructions 700
Cotton in bales 500
Pipes of large diameter 800
Paper, cardboard, cellulose 800 / 1000
Timber packaged 450-500
Containers (units) 900


Odessa port has 54 protected berths with depths rang-ranging from 6.2 up to 13.0 m. The berthing line totals over 8 km. The port has 8 terminals for handling dry cargoes, as well as passenger, oil and container(vessels of 12.5 m draft and 330 m long are accommodated) terminals, harbours and terminals to handle tropical and technical oils.

Harbours of Odessa port:

  • Quarantine Harbour admits ships of up to 11.5 m draft and 240 m in length;
  • New Harbour admits ships of up to 11.5 m draft and 240 m in length;
  • Cabotage Harbour admits ships of up to 11.5 m draft and 240 m in length;
  • Convenience Harbour admits ships of up to 11.5 m draft and 240 m in length;
  • Oil Harbour admits ships of up to 12.5 m draft and 250 m in length.
Berths of Odessa Port
Specialization Berth Length (m) Depth (m) Warehouses Operator / Stevedor Company
Auxiliary 1 87 6,50 Pilot boat
Containers 2 310 13,00 74150 m2 (open) HPC Ukraina
Multipurpose 3 252 11,50 8100 m2 (open) Olimpex Coupe
Multipurpose 4 279 11,50 14270 m2 (open) Olimpex Coupe
Liquid 5 / 6 133 8,25 Prista-Oil
Multipurpose 7 359 11,50 29768 m2 (open) Metalsukraine
Multipurpose 8 287 9,15 10140 m2 (incl. open – 7332 m2) Metalsukraine
Multipurpose 9 / 10 277 11,50 17136 m2 (open) Novolog
Multipurpose 11 181 11,50 Novolog
Multipurpose 12 198 11,50 Novolog
Multipurpose 13 196 11,50 Novolog
Multipurpose 14 289 9,75 14787 m2 (open) UNSC
Refrigerator 21 150 9,00 Odessa Port Refrigerator
Multipurpose 22 152 9,00 Novotech-Terminal
Multipurpose 23 242 9,00 7000 m2 (open) Transservice Int.
Auxiliary 24 166 6,50 Port
Multipurpose 25 200 11,50 2077 m2 (open) Novotech-Terminal
Multipurpose 26 200 11,50 Novotech-Terminal
Auxiliary 27 110 3,50 Port Fleet
Auxiliary 28 120 3,50 Port Fleet
Containers 42 232 13,50 42875 m2 (open) Brooklyn-Kiev Port
Multipurpose 43 256 13,50 No. 33: sheltered specialised for sugar
1-st floor: 2,592 sq. m (28,512 cu. m);
3-rd floor: 6,748 sq. m (40,941 cu. m)
Grain 44 195 9,75 Brooklyn-Kiev
Grain 45 195 9,75 Brooklyn-Kiev
Raw sugar 46 234 11,50 Brooklyn-Kiev
Raw sugar 47 234 11,50 Brooklyn-Kiev
Multipurpose 4c 170 7,50 OPHT together with Handling Terminal-11
Multipurpose 5c 170 6,00 Handling Terminal-11
Auxiliary 6c 150 1,40 Repairs
Auxiliary 7c 150 4,80 Repairs
Auxiliary 8-9c 330 6,70 Repairs
Auxiliary 10c 160 3,50 Repairs
Cargo Handling Rate in Odessa Port (t/day)
Cargo Operation Rate (t/ship/day)
Frozen cargoes on pallets discharging 6000
Grain via port (direct scheme) loading 2000-3000
Grain via storage loading 1500-2000
Grain via elevator loading 3500
Grain via UKRELEVATORPROM loading 7000
Raw sugar, direct handling via 32/33 berths discharging 4000
Raw sugar, direct handling via others berths discharging 2500
Ground oil-cake, bran (direct scheme) loading / discharging 750/1200
Equipment in boxes loading / discharging 450
Bulk fertilizers from containers loading 4000
Bulk fertilizers from wagon loading 3000
Bulk fertilizers from warehouse loading 3000
General cargoes loading / discharging 450
Steel sheet loading 1000
Steel sheet in packs loading 1500
Packed pigs loading 2500
Rolled metal in piles (reinforcement, steel pigs, sections) loading 800 - 2000
Slabs loading 5000
Blums loading 3000
Pipes of large diameter loading / discharging 600
Pipes in packs (small diameter) loading / discharging 600 / 700
Steel in rolls loading 2000
Bulk cast iron in gots loading 2500
Scrap loading 850
Long-lenghts over 12 m loading / discharging 500 / 750
Cargoes in bigbags (up to 600 kg) loading / discharging 900
Cargoes in bigbags (over 600 kg) loading / discharging 1200
Ores loading 2500
Paper, board, cellulose loading 800
Timber packed loading 500
Сontainers, reefer сontainers discharging 900 unit/day
Odessa Port's Fleet
Vessel, type Power (kWt)
NMS-505-1, 505-2, 23,12 132
PS-355, 368,399 165
MNMS-51 132
Admiral de Ribas - motor vessel 1765
Calcutta - motor vessel 260
Khadjibey - motor vessel 1125
Bunkerovschik-7, Rabochiy -tanker 1392
Dunay -tanker 882
Stvor, Peleng -sea tugs 195
Groza - sea tug 110
Kentavr, Sfinks - sea tugs 617
Purga - sea tug 260
Bugas, Trud, Progress - sea tugs 1038
Novator - sea tug 2180
Udarnik, Stevedore - sea tugs 1990
Granite - sea tugs 4360
Bulat - sea tug 3529
Patriot 3529
PK-48, l/c 100 t. - floating crane 294
PK-4/63, l/c 16 t. - floating crane 86
DM-Bug, 1085 DWT  
Dokovets - sea tug 1200

Special (Free) Economic Zone Porto-Franco

On March 23, 2000, the Ukrainian Parliament passed a law designating a certain territory of Odessa Merchant Sea Port as a Special (Free) Economic Zone (FEZ). This special economic zone Porto-Franco, a 32.5 hectares area within the borders of the artificially deposited and filled territory of Quarantine mole was permitted to operate for 25 years.

According to this law, the FEZ territory is granted a special customs duty regime. Investment projects are only allowed on FEZ territory under the condition that their cost totals no less than one million USD and the project has been approved by Odessa Region Administration.

Those who realize investment projects on FEZ territory enjoy certain benefits.

Such enterprises are exempted from taxation during the first three years of operation and during the following three years the profits that these enterprises earn will be taxed by only 50 % of the current tax rate. Goods and other items carried to the territory of FEZ are excluded from customs duties and VAT.

So far, the FEZ territory has: a container terminal, terminal for handling technical oils, a plant that manufactures radio-electronic devices, TIR parking lot and storage areas.

In accordance with the Law No. 2505-IV of March 25, 2005, on Introduction of Changes to the Law of Ukraine on ‘State Budget of Ukraine for 2005’ the action of articles 9–10 of the Law on ‘Special (Free) Economic Zone on the territory of Odessa Merchant Sea Port’ has been suspended since the 31st of March 2005.


Gantry cranes:

  • Albatros of 10/20 t l/c – 11 units;
  • Ganz of 5/6 t. l/c – 9 units;
  • Kangaroo of 16 t l/c – 2 units;
  • Sokol of 16/20/32 t l/c – 26 units;
  • Albrecht of 10 t l/c – 13 units;
  • Condor of 16/32/40 t. l/c – 9 units;
  • Mark of 32/40 t l/c – 2 units;
  • Konecranes of 12-30/5 t l/c – 2 units;
  • Kirovets of 16-32/5 t l/c – 5 units.

Mobile cranes:

  • Liebherr of 40/60 t l/c – 1 unit.

Travelling gantry cranes:

  • Ederer of 36 t l/c – 2 units;
  • Mitsubishi of 30.5 t l/c – 2 units.

Shiptoshore cranes:

  • Mitsubishi of 35 t l/c – 1 unit;
  • Liebherr of 40/50 t l/c – 4 units.


  • Konecranes of 40 t l/c – 7 units.

Automotive cranes:

  • Dier – 2 units;
  • KC5363 B – 4 units;
  • КС5363 – 2 units;
  • КС5363 Е – 3 units.


  • Fantuzzi of 42 t l/c – 9 units;
  • Kalmar of 41 t l/c – 1 unit;
  • Belotti of 45 t l/c – 1 unit.

Mobile hydraulic loading machines:

  • Sennebogen of 18 t l/c – 2 units;
  • Fuchs of 13.3/22 t l/c – 2 units.

Oil Harbour

Oil cargo area of Odessa port is the largest oil terminal in Ukraine. It provides – together with petroleum depots – handling of petroleum products of all kinds. They created the conditions for non-combustible accommodation of vessels, built the station for ballast water treatment with its annual capacity of 100,000 t. It provides treatment of ballast and bilge water from tankers and the other vessels according to the international standards – 0.1 mlg per liter.

Oil Habour Berths
Specialisation Berth Length (m) Depth (m)
Petroleum products 230 12,50
Petroleum products 270 14,00
Petroleum products 131 10,50
Petroleum products 201 11,50
Petroleum products 151 4,80
Petroleum products 175 9,00

Five oil harbour berths can now accommodate tankers of up to 250 m in length, up to 12.5 m draft.

Rated intensity of loading for light petroleum products is from 500 t/hr to 1,000 t/hr, and for dark petroleum products – from 600 t/hr to 2,500 t/hr. Currently oil harbour capacity is 24 million t a year. There are special tanks for storing up to 539,000 cu. m. of dark petroleum products, 122,000 cu. m of light petroleum products and 6,000 cu. m of liquefied gas.

Transfer fittings are not required and the modern facilities prevent oil spillage.

Grain Terminal

The port of Odessa owns the biggest terminal for simultaneous grain storage in the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea basins of total capacity 300,000 t.

Berth No. 29 can also be used for handling of general and bulk cargoes.

Technical data of the berth: length – 256 m, depth – 13.5 m. Open storage area totals 4,000 sq. km, grain throughput – 3.5 million t a year, general cargo capacity – 0.5 million t a year.


Ph.: +380(48)7293702, 729469.

Fax: +380(48)7294522.

Production-handling terminal is located on the SRY territory handed over to the port. Lumber, rolled metal and general cargoes are handled and stored on berths Nos. 4c, 5c and 17c.

They render such services as cargo stuffing to/out of containers. Cargo is handled all the day round.

Complex capacity totals 30,000 t of cargo monthly.

Open storage area covers 15,740 sq. m.

Transit-Cargo Terminal (TCT)

Since May 2005 the first stage of transit cargo terminal has been operating in the port and inspections and clearance of cargo documents for containers are performed by controlling services on the ‘single window’ basis. In the common office the documents are registered by customs, border, medical and epidemic services for water transport, state inspection of the plants quarantine, vet sanitary control and supervision officers all the day round.

The territory of the terminal covers the area of 5 ha. The car parking lot can accommodate 150 transport vehicles. Storage facilities enable to stow cargo in 4 tiers.

The productivity of the complex is 700 cars per day.

Scientific-industrial Complex Telecommunication Technologies

Specialization – design, working out and manufacturing of radio-electronic devices, modules of telecommunication equipment, mini ATE, modules and units for telecommunication networks and computer facilities.

Scientific-industrial complex is located on the territory of FEZ Porto-Franko.

Passenger Terminal

The modern design, facilities and technical equipment of Odessa Passenger Terminal place it on a par with the largest European and world resort cities. Passenger Terminal can accommodate 5 passenger vessels at a time. Fairway and port facilities make it possible to accommodate motor vessels of up to 272 m in length.

Passenger Terminal Berths
Specialization Berth Length (m) Depth (m)
Passenger 15 127 10,50
Passenger 16 290 11,50
Pontoon for river ships 16 a 170 11,70
Pontoon for river ships 18 a 170 9,80
Passenger 18 200 9,75
Passenger 19 198 9,15
Passenger 20 156 9,75

The depths at the quay wall are 9.5–11.5 m. Ships of the following cruise companies call at the port: Hapag Lloyd, Costs Cruises, Princess Cruise, Royal Olympic, Cunard Line, First European, Crystal Cruise, Mediterranean Ship-ping Cruises, Festival Cruise, Fred Oisen Cruise Line, Holland America Line, P&O Cruises, etc.

Odessa port offers bunkering services for passenger ships supplying them with fuel of high grade purity. Potable water supplied is taken from artesian wells what ensures its purity.

On the territory of the terminal one can find a concert hall, a Marine art gallery, the 4-starshotel Odessa, a yacht complex, underwater swimming center and St. Nicolas Church.

It also has a parking lot, various shops including a duty-free shop, tourist agency offices, bank offices, and DHL office.

Recreation Complex Chabanka

It is situated in 25 km from the center of Odessa and 350 m from the Black Sea. It is aimed to provide recreation and health-improvement for port workers and guests of the city. Cottages, medical and sleeping buildings, restaurant, bars, concert hall, tennis courts, fitness gym, billiard hall, different sports and training grounds, mini-golf and aqua park are located on the territory of the complex.

It works all the day round.

Railway Service

It was established in 2003 to co-ordinate interactions in operation of the port and the railway station Odessa-Port.

The following functions are performed by the port railway service:

  • coordination of the port and railway station operations as to handling of wagons and ships as well as settling the problems of wagons handling with operators service of Odessa railway;
  • control over loading-unloading operations with wagons and carrying out the adopted plans and rates, results of wagons handling performed by the port and the terminals;
  • documents processing for delivered cargo, to get commercial acts from railway if necessary and to deliver to terminals the receipts for loaded wagons;
  • carrying out of mutual calculations dealt with the use of wagons and containers, wagons delivery and cleaning, other charges and fines.

Storage Facilities

Odessa port's open storage area totals 425,070 sq. m. Sheltered warehouse area totals 60,42 sq. m. There is the opportunity for simultaneous storage of more than 14,000 TEU.

The warehouse for perishable goods can store up to 13,500 t. The storage temperatures ranging from +8 °C to –30 °C.