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 Type Tonnage Period Destination Shipper
Granit Cube Stones 450,000 Tons 2003-2016 Passau (Germany) various
Colemanite, Boric Acid, Borax, Etimine 48 65,000 Tons 2015-2016 Krems (Austria) Eti Maden - Ankara / Turkey
Perlit ore in bags / 10,000 Tons 2006-2016 Dunaujvaros (Hungary) various
Steel bars 5,000 Tons 2010-2016 Belgrad (Serbia) various
Danube Barge Types :
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