Gdynia, Poland

Located on the Baltic shores of Northern Poland in the Gulf of Gdansk, Port Gdynia is a large and important seaport for Poland. Port Gdynia is the largest port in Poland and is an important logistics hub for trade with the trans-European corridor, which is a planned network for roads, railways, airports, and water infrastructure in the European Union. Port Gdynia has also historically served as a feeder port connecting Poland to Bremerhaven, Hamburg, and Rotterdam, as well as to the United Kingdom. The port is solely a container port, best for transporting cargo safely and efficiently.

Popular Imports & Exports in Port Gdynia

Port Gdynia is known for exporting sugar, lumber, and coal, and importing iron ore and food products. However, the port can handle virtually any type of cargo that clients from the United States can ship, including automobiles, construction equipment, and personal effects. Clients interested in international car shipping in particular can transport automobiles of all makes, models, years, and sizes into Poland from virtually all ports in the world. As for construction equipment, K International Transport can ship all types of equipment to Gdynia, including excavators, bulldozers, and stone trenchers from Volvo, Caterpillar, Hitachi, or Kobelco. With effective overseas shipping services from an experienced international shipping company, clients can transport virtually any cargo into Port Gdynia. K International Transport can help facilitate the shipment into Poland efficiently and for an affordable price.

Some Notable Features of Port Gdynia, Poland:

  • Port Gdynia was founded in 1926 and is also the home port for the Polish Navy.
  • The Port is second in container shipping in the Baltic sea area.
  • Port Gdynia was privatized in 1991, and the modern port was established in 1996.
  • Gdynia, Poland began as a fishing settlement, with rapid growth occurring after World War I.

An experienced international shipping company like K International Transport can help clients transport all cargo from ports in the United States, including New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Texas, California, and Washington to Port Gdynia, Poland, via ocean freight shipping. K International Transport can help clients make important decisions about their shipments, including the choice between container shipping options and RO/RO transport.

For more information about international automobile shipping, overseas container equipment transport, Poland, or K International Transport’s services in general, call us at 212-267-6400 or email us at You can also reach out to us on Skype at kinternationalny. Contact K International Transport today for a quick international shipping quote from the United States to Poland!