Danube River Transport

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The Danube is Europe’s second-longest river, after the Volga River, and also the longest river in the European Union region. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe.

The Danube was once a long-standing frontier of the Roman Empire, and today flows through 10 countries. Originating in Germany, the Danube flows southeast for 2,860 km (1,780 mi), passing through or touching the border of Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia,Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine before emptying into theBlack Sea. Its drainage basin extends into nine more countries.

Danube River is a bridge between Middle Europe – South Germany and ports of the World.

Most of our cargoes come from Turkey through Constanta to the inland water of Danube River.

  • Danube Cargoes loaded sofar;

Cargo TypeTonnagePeriodDestinationShipper
Granit Cube Stones450,000 Tons2003-2016Passau (Germany)various
Colemanite, Boric Acid, Borax, Etimine 48 65,000 Tons2015-2016Krems (Austria)Eti Maden - Ankara / Turkey
Perlit ore in bags / 10,000 Tons2006-2016Dunaujvaros (Hungary) various
Steel bars5,000 Tons2010-2016Belgrad (Serbia)various

  • Danube Barge Types          :

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  • Danube Ports :

    Germany
    Donaueschingen in the State of Baden-Württemberg – Brigach and Breg rivers join to form the Danube river
    Möhringen an der Donau in Baden-Württemberg
    Tuttlingen in Baden-Württemberg
    Sigmaringen in Baden-Württemberg
    Riedlingen in Baden-Württemberg
    Munderkingen in Baden-Württemberg
    Ehingen in Baden-Württemberg
    Ulm in Baden-Württemberg
    Neu-Ulm in Bavaria
    Günzburg in Bavaria
    Dillingen an der Donau in Bavaria
    Donauwörth in Bavaria
    Neuburg an der Donau in Bavaria
    Ingolstadt in Bavaria
    Kelheim in Bavaria
    Regensburg in Bavaria
    Straubing in Bavaria
    Deggendorf in Bavaria
    Passau in Bavaria
    Austria
    Linz, capital of Upper Austria
    Krems in Lower Austria
    Tulln in Lower Austria
    Vienna – capital of Austria and the most populous city on the Danube, where the Danube floodplain is called the Lobau, though theInnere Stadt is situated away from the main flow of the Danube (it is bounded by the Donaukanal – 'Danube canal').
    Slovakia
    Bratislava – capital of Slovakia
    Komárno
    Štúrovo
    Hungary
    Mosonmagyaróvár
    Győr
    Komárom
    Esztergom
    Visegrád
    Vác
    Szentendre Dunakeszi
    Budapest – capital of Hungary, the largest city and the largest agglomeration on Danube (about 3,300,000 people).
    Szigetszentmiklós
    Százhalombatta
    Ráckeve
    Adony
    Dunaújváros
    Dunaföldvár
    Paks
    Kalocsa
    Baja
    Mohács
    Croatia
    Vukovar
    Ilok
    Serbia
    Apatin
    Bačka Palanka
    Futog
    Veternik
    Novi Sad
    Sremski Karlovci
    Zemun
    Belgrade – capital of Serbia
    Pančevo
    Smederevo
    Kovin
    Veliko Gradište
    Golubac
    Donji Milanovac
    Kladovo
    Bulgaria
    Danube at Nikopol, Bulgaria in winter
    Vidin
    Lom
    Kozloduy
    Oryahovo
    Nikopol
    Belene
    Svishtov
    Ruse
    Tutrakan
    Silistra
    Moldova
    Giurgiulești
    Ukraine
    0 km, Danube Delta (Ukraine)
    Reni
    Izmail
    Kiliya
    Vylkove
    Romania
    The Danube in Sulina, Romania
    Moldova Nouă
    Orșova
    Drobeta-Turnu Severin
    Calafat
    Bechet
    Dăbuleni
    Corabia
    Turnu Măgurele
    Zimnicea
    Giurgiu
    Oltenița
    Călărași
    Fetești
    Cernavodă
    Hârşova
    Brăila
    Galați – largest port on Danube
    Isaccea
    Tulcea
    Sulina – last city through which it flows