ROSTOCK PORT is the largest universal and only deepsea port at the German Baltic Sea coast and one of the most important hubs for intermodal traffic in the southern Baltic Sea region. With high-frequency ferry and RoRo connections to Denmark, Sweden and Finland, efficient facilities for grain, coal, fertilizer, cement and general cargo handling as well as a modern oil port, it offers a comprehensive range and the highest quality of service for its customers. In particular, the handling facilities for payloads of up to 1,600 tons are unique in Northern Europe. The Federal State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the Hanseatic City of Rostock are the owners of the Port of Rostock and their interests are represented by ROSTOCK PORT GmbH. The company's task is to develop the port in such a way that it meets the constantly increasing demands of the shipping industry and tourism. In close cooperation with the companies operating on site, ROSTOCK PORT GmbH creates the conditions for constantly improving the port's international competitive position. It concentrates its work on the forward-looking expansion of the infrastructure, its maintenance, marketing and an active settlement policy.