Port of Ancona

The Port of Ancona is located in the middle of the Italian Adriatic coast. The port areas are 1.4 million sqm, articulated in passen­ger and ferry terminals, container and general cargo facilities. The port has a key function in the Adriatic-Ionian Macro-Region as terminal of the international ferry routes to Greece, Croatia and Albania.
In particular, the route Ancona-Igoumenitsa-Patras has become in the years the main route between Greece and Central Europe. Ancona is the first port for the RO/PAX traffic between Greece and Central and Western Europe. Relevant investments are ongoing to improve the container terminal by deepening the port basin to -14 meters and extending the existing 333 meters quay to 600 meters.

Port of Falconara

The port of Falconara, with the API refinery, moves over 5 million tons of liquid bulks, mainly crude oil and refined petroleum products.
The port has three types of moorings: a wharf (1,385 meters long with 5 to 8 meters draughts); a marine platform (equipped also for loading and unloading of crude oil with high viscosity and for refined oils); a mooring platform (16 km from the coast, 30 meters draught).