The Hafen Wien has an area of 3 million square metres. Wiener Hafen group is part of the Wien Holding group and with its subsidiaries it operates three large cargo terminals including the corresponding infrastructure: Freudenau harbour, Albern harbour and Lobau oil terminal. These three harbours handle around 1,000 cargo vessels a year. The Danube is used for the transport in particular of oil products, road salt, building materials such as cement, sand or steel products, and agricultural products such as grain and fertilisers. The passenger terminal close to the Reichsbrücke and Marina Wien are also part of the Wiener Hafen group.
Looking to the future
Hafen Wien is a multifunctional service company offering decades of experience and also the latest technologies.
Thanks to its optimum rail, road and water links and the proximity to Vienna International Airport in Schwechat, it provides an important and practical interface for international trade and transportation.
Hafen Wien operates the largest free port in Austria. There are modern warehouses and well trained and equipped staff for the storage and handling of customs and domestic goods as well as a customs office for rapid clearance. The site is guarded round the clock and feeder roads are exempt from the night driving ban in Vienna. The three harbours on the Danube in Vienna are notable for their modern handling facilities, excellent infrastructure and dependable, well trained workers, ensuring the reliable and rapid handling of all goods, be they building materials, containers, general cargo or bulk goods.
Hafen Wien is certified according to
The Hafen Wien is certified according to GMP +