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We are situated in a beneficial transport connection point between the EU, CIS and Central Asia and are considered to be one of the core network hubs in Latvia and the Baltic Sea region between the East-West transit corridor and the European TEN-T transport network. To us a high level customer service means the ability to offer an infrastructure that responds to our customer demands â efficient transport routes and their combinations in both global and regional transport chains.
The Port of Ventspils serves as a TEN-T base for effective delivery of goods in the Northern part of the EU. We offer complex transport solutions to companies by using sea, road, rail and air transport links. Ventspils is also connected with the Russian oil pipeline system Polotsk â Ventspils with the total capacity of 6 000 000 tons per year.
E-22 Motorway and East-West Railway Corridor Connections
The single 1520 mm railway system of Latvia, the Baltic and CIS countries and the single road transport system is one of the benefits of the Ventspils transit development.
The dual way motorway E-22 runs through Ventspils and continues up to Russia (United Kingdom â the Netherlands â Germany â Sweden/NorrkÃ¶ping â Ventspils â RÄ«ga â Russia/Moscow). An efficient logistics network reaches from Ventspils up to other Baltic and CIS countries.
Ventspils is a part of the East-West railway corridor, which is integrated in the common Eurasian transport system. It connects Europe and the regions of Asia with the Baltic Sea ports, and is one of the busiest traffic connections in the Baltic States. The railway maximum capacity is 34 million tons per year.
Ferry Traffic to Sweden
One of the worldâs largest ferry operators with the broadest network in Europe â Stena Line â provides regular ferry lines from Ventspils to Sweden.
Ventspils â NynÃ¤shamn (Sweden, 58 km from Stockholm, 545 km from Oslo) runs 12 times a week. The fastest sea route connects Stockholm, the central part of Sweden and also the economic activity centers of Norway with Latvia, from where it is possible to reach Russia, other CIS countries and further regions with the help of land transport.
Air Traffic of Ventspils
The Ventspils Airport is located in the territory of the Freeport of Ventspils. The airport specialises in servicing general aviation flights. The airfield is certified to perform visual flights in the daylight and darkness. The technical parameters of the airfield are as follows: one 1,298 m long and 32 m wide asphalt runway for servicing aircrafts with the maximum takeoff mass up to 30 tons. The Ventspils Airport has passenger terminal, meteorology information service (ATIS) and aviation fuel is available 24 hours a day.
Unoccupied area adjacent to the Ventspils Airport is available for locating new businesses and production plants.
Ventspils is located approximately 175 km or 2 hours away from the biggest air traffic center in Latvia â the Riga International Airport (RIX).
Businesses currently in Freeport of Ventspils
Sales manager of the ARBO Windows VjaÄeslavs Kolosovs:
â We have chosen Ventspils as our home. Wonderful infrastructure of the Ventspils city, a nearby port, ferry traffic, availability of labor, as well as support of the Ventspils Freeport and the provided offices for production make our work much easier.
Egils Staris, Chair of Board, SIA Bio-Venta:
â Location within the territory of Ventspils Free Port and the available infrastructure are some of the competitive advantages of SIA Bio-Venta, if compared to similar producers.
Selecting the correct location was essential for realisation of the biodiesel plant project â SIA Bio-Venta is in the middle of material flow from the East to AmsterdamâRotterdamâAntwerp (ARA) ports now and thus closer to our target markets in the Baltics and Scandinavia than other biodiesel producers from the Western Europe. Access to port berths and rail and road access ensure one of the major elements in biodiesel production business, i.e. flexible logistics of materials and production.