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ID number:112241
Published: 27.05.2011.
Language: English
Level: Elementary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Ports and harbours
The total annual volume of transportations 230-260 million tones from which more than 2/3 is interstate transportations. 
The port of Hamburg - the largest in Germany, ranks #2 in Europe, #7 worldwide (2004), in total container traffic. with an annual turnover of goods in 65-80 million tones per year and more
Duisburg – the world's largest river port complex with a turnover of goods more than 40 million tones per year,
The main oil port – Wilhelmshaven.
German inland shipping and inland ports keep around 400 000 people in work.

Ports and harbours
50 million tones
Port of Gdańsk (18 million tons (2008)) 
Port of Gdynia (in 2008 it was #2 in containers on the Baltic sea, 15 million tons cargo)
Port of Szczecin-Świnoujście - one of the largest port complexes at the Baltic Sea.
Port of Ustka
Port of Kołobrzeg

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