After a massive technological refurbishment of the landmark EWA silo, Szczecin Bulk Terminal was fully operational in 2016.

The multi-bulk terminal is GMP+ certified and serves as an outlet for agricultural exports from Poland and neighbouring countries. The terminal also handles imports of other products such as malting barley.

The Port of Szczecin is one of the main ports for bulk cargo in Poland. It is ISPS approved, and the maximum draft in the river is 9,15 meters (expected to be 12m in 2023).


Szczecin Bulk Terminal has the capacity to store almost 50,000 MT in 40 silo units – securing great possibilities for quality selection. In addition, there are further possibilities to expand adjacently with a capacity of min. 50,000 MT.

The terminal has two truck pits as well as two fully automated railway pits with a total intake capacity of 900 MT/hour and a total truck/rail loading capacity 300 MT/hour.


The terminal also offers a fully equipped lab and a licensed weighbridge.

Szczecin Bulk Terminal in Poland was founded by Copenhagen Merchants Group in 2015. Glencore joined later as a minority partner.