Port of Sines

The Port of Sines is an open deep-water sea port with excellent maritime access, without restrictions, leading the Portuguese port sector in the volume of cargo handled, and offering unique natural characteristics to receive any type of vessels. Due to its modern specialized terminals, the port is able to handle the different types of cargoes.

Sines is the main port in the Ibero-atlantic front, whose geophysical characteristics have been determinant on its consolidation as a strategic national active. It is the country’s leading energetic supplier (crude and its derivatives, coal and natural gas), as well as an important port as far as general and containerized cargo concerns, presenting a high growth potential, in order to become a reference port at an Iberian, European and worldwide level.

It is a modern port (1978), free of urban constraints, thus assuring long-term expansion capacity. Offering good land accessibility for present traffic, the port is also included within a road and rail development plan, allowing it to respond to the expected future growth of both the port and the region.

The Port of Sines and its support Industrial and Logistics Zone, with more than 2.000 ha, are already a worldwide extent logistic platform, able to receive the main players of port, maritime, industrial and logistic sectors.

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The Port de Sines is the leading national port in volumes of cargo handled, being also the leading container port in the country.

Offering the state-of-the-art equipment and highly qualified human resources, the Port of Sines presents high productivity indexes.

The Port of Sines is determinant for the country's energetic supply, being the principal port for the reception of crude, mineral carbon and natural gas.

With direct links to the world's leading production and consuming markets, the Port of Sines confers an important competitiveness towards the external market, to the companies installed on its hinterland.