Port of Rotterdam is the largest European port and takes one of leading positions in the world in cargo turnover being second only to Asian Giants. Stretching along the coast for 40 km and more than 100 square kilometers in area, the port of Rotterdam has the exit to the North Sea and so it plays a fundamental role in maintaining the operation of the Northern Sea Route.
Located on the Elbe River, stemming from the North Sea, the port of Hamburg counting 100 km waterfront is full of high-grade equipment and large storage facilities. More than three hundred sea vessels can moor simultaneously to numerous maritime terminals of the port.
The ice-free port of Murmansk is one of the largest ports in Russia. Well-developed infrastructure of the port makes provision for significant cargo turnover, which contributes to continuous development of the transport node of Murmansk which relatively soon, at comparable rates of development, will be the main base of the Northern Sea Route.
The port of Arkhangelsk has a favorable geographic location ensuring the direct exit to the World Ocean immediately through the White Sea. Unlike other ports of the North-West, the port of Arkhangelsk has significant transport resources - sea and rail, which allows to increase the volume and reduce the time of cargo transportation.
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