Port morski Kłajpeda i jego powiązania z zapleczem
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The sea port of Memel is the biggest and the only one open of Lithuanian ports. The backgounds of the city comes from seventh century. The sea port was modernized and developed when Lithuania has been the'part of the Soviet Union. When Lithuania became independent and a member of United Nations (August 1991), the port of Memel started playing a new role for itself and for the country. Memel is the most important transport centre of Lithuania. The port covers area of 600 hectares. Total length of landing-pier amounts 15 kilometres, though only 5-6 kilometres of it is being effectively used. The paper contains an exact description of port infrastructure. There are presented the most significant companies making use of it. The author presents the programs for development of transport system and problems of competition with other Baltic ports. There are also included perspectives of Polish-Lithuanian cooperation.
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