The Port of Ravenna is a “multipurpose” port and an intermodal platform equipped with port terminals and directly connected to the highway and railway network.
Its strategic location serves Northern Italy and Central Europe and is a reference port for the markets of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea, as well as for the Middle and Far East.
The Port of Ravenna is among the “Core Ports” of the TEN-T networks for the Baltic-Adriatic and Mediterranean corridors.
Ranked first in Italy for the handling of cereals, food and feed, fertilizers, clay, and metallurgical products, it is equipped to handle dangerous goods and exceptional transports as well.
It is the only national port equipped with a storage facility for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), catering to both maritime and road-based transport.
Currently underway, the “Ravenna Port Hub: Infrastructural Works” project is backed by funding from the Italian Government and the European Union. This initiative involves a dredging of the port’s seabed to a depth of 14.5 m, as well as the renovation of existing quays (spanning approximately 2 million square meters).


The port terminals in Ravenna offer storage and handling services for all types of goods.
In 2021, the entire port area was equipped with Ultra Broadband infrastructure with fibre-optic cabling, in line with the National Plan for the Digital Agenda and the National Plan for Port and Logistics. This has resulted in improved telematic services for operators in the port sector, allowing them to make administrative processes more efficient and less expensive.
Agreements with the Customs and Monopolies Agency have led to the implementation of innovative systems for the digitalization of customs procedures, including the SUDOCU desk and customs clearance of goods at sea.


Port channel length: 14 km

Operational docks: 10.5 km

Seabed depth: 11.5 m (current) – 12.5 m (phase 1) – 14.5 (phase 2)

Private terminals: 27

Warehouses: 846,000 sqm

Yards: 1.414.000 mq

Storage tanks: 1,018,000 m3

Railway manoeuvre tracks: 35 km

Terminals connected to the railway network: 10

Real estate / Logistics areas: 200 ha


Central-northern Adriatic sea Port System authority
Port of Ravenna
Ce.P.I.M. Spa
Interporto di Parma
Dinazzano Po Spa
Gruppo SAPIR
Interporto Bologna Spa
Lotras Srl
Lugo Terminal Spa
Terminal Piacenza Intermodale Srl
Terminal Rubiera Srl
Terminali Italia Srl Gruppo FS