Liepaja - unfreezing Baltic seaport
Port of Liepaja is an ice-free harbour in Latvia which history dates back to the 18th century.
After Second World War till 1993 it was base for Soviet Union submarine navy and therefore closed for merchant traffic.
In 1997 port became a part of Liepaja Special Economic Zone as well as Free Customs Zone. Adequate law basis allowes to perform all necessary cargo transactions without additional dues and charges - to change cargo principals, to split or join cargo parcels, to pack or unpack all kind of cargoes, etc.
Liepaja town and port infrastructure is perfectly located and developed for receipt or sending goods by rail or road from or to Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaidjan, Kazakhstan and all other CIS countries. Transshipment of transit goods from or into vessels is daily practice. All kind of goods could be imported into/exported from EU via this port.