The Port of Venice boasts a number of advantages, and enjoys a strategical posit
The Port of Venice boasts a number of advantages and enjoys a strategical position.

This makes it the best choice for freight transit in both import and export.


7 commercial terminals, 1 passenger terminal and 17 other terminals form the Port of Venice. They handle any kind of traffic, from containers, to liquid and solid bulk, steel products, Ro-Ro/Ro-Pax, general and project cargo. The Port of Venice is the only one in Italy having an inland waterways terminal.

Commercial Terminals

Terminal Intermodale Adriatico

Tentro Intermodale Adriatico is a private port terminal within Venice Freight Village, in the heart of Venice-Marghera industrial site. Il is excellently linked to the main roads/motorways, to Venezia-Mestre railway station, and to Venice Airport.

TIA chiefly offers logistic-intermodal services for goods arriving by sea, road and rail. The Terminal specializes in bulk, iron products and general cargo.

Multi Service

The only terminal company, in the Port of Venice, to have Venetian partners only; moreover, it also strategically participates on the SO.RI.MA. terminal in Chioggia, and it is able to synergically avail of the two ports of call, which operate on the same service quay with diverse and complementary features.

Principal activity: loading/unloading port company, for third parties, of all types of goods in particular iron and steel packaged products and bulk, to other bulk products - cereals, grains, fertilisers, sand etc. parts, to other varied goods and roll-on roll-off traffic.

Terminal Intermodale Venezia (TIV)

Terminal Intermodale Venezia represents the ideal meeting point between land and maritime transport for goods and commodities coming from or going to the Mediterranean Ports, Black Sea, Middle and Far East and India, for both conventional and containerized modes of transit.

Following a change in ownership in 2003, TIV commenced a new phase in its development, with the introduction of container operations.


Euoports - Terminal Rinfuse Venezia (TRV)

Terminal Rinfuse Venezia, with its long quays for merchant ships’ berthing and large warehouses, handles chiefly cereals and black bulk (coal, iron-leagues and cast iron). It supports Ro-Ro operations as well.


Transped S.p.A. ha iniziato la propria attività nel 1987 conglobando le esperienze e il know-how maturato da soggetti operanti da tempo nel campo della movimentazione e della logistica industriale.

Nel corso degli anni la società ha notevolmente ampliato le proprie attività diventando un punto di riferimento importante per la "logistica industriale" a Venezia, in particolare all'interno dello Stabilimento Petrolchimico di Porto Marghera.

PSA - Vecon

Vecon has been managing the Venice terminal container since 1988 and has been the first private port enterprise authorized to operate in the trading port.

Internationally well-known shareholders with experience in the sector, avant-garde computer systems and qualified personnel have allowed VECON to offer its customers quality service at competitive prices, while guaranteeing marine and land carriers fast loading and unloading times plus the necessary safety and assistance.

Venice Ro-Port Mos

The Venice Ro-Port Mos is the most modern Ro-Ro terminal in the Mediterranean. The terminal povides comprehensive logistics services to traffic between Europe and North Africa and the Middle East, including loading, unloading, and storage of cargo in transit. It can handle up to 1,200 ferries a year.

In addition to comprehensive port facilities, the terminal features a logistics platform with road and rail infrastructure, new facilities, warehousing services, yards and parking areas totalling 36 hectares.

Passenger terminal

Venezia Terminal Passeggeri (VTP)

The Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. was founded in 1997 by the Venice Port Authority in order to manage and improve cruise trafc in the Port of Venice. The Venezia Terminal Passeggeri S.p.A. operates in the Marittima and S. Basilio areas which stretch over a surface altogether of more than 260,000 sqm of which the Terminals occupy 47,267 sqm.

Passenger terminal
Passenger terminal

Other terminals

17 other companies operate a port terminal within the Port of Venice. They work on their own account, and are oil teriminals (Eni, Decal, Petroven, San Marco Petroli, Ies, Versalis) and industries (Alcoa trasformazioni, Cereal Docks Marghera, Colacem, Enel Produzione Fusina, Grandi Molini Italiani (GMI), Idromacchine, ArcelorMittal Italia, AFV Acciaierie Beltrame, Consorzio Venezia Nuova, Simar, Pilkington.