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Fuel storage


According to the obtained permits on the basis, the following types of products can be handled:

in the first
class of fire hazard :

  • ethyl alcohol, ethanol;

in the third class of fire hazard:

  • marine fuels such as: MGO, MDO and IFO;
  • light and heavy fuel oils;
  • diesel oils;
  • biofuels;


petroleum products with a flash point above 100:

  • slack wax;
  • base oils;
  • different;


beyond the class:

  • rapeseed oil;
  • molasses;
  • other liquid products.


The services are provided reliably and professionally in a safe manner by qualified personnel with many years of experience in the industry. We provide a high level of security and diligence in the settlement of products. We cordially invite you to cooperation.


Storage units

1. Storage tanks:

Tank number

Usable capacity

Product type

Tank type


5430 m3

III class of fire hazard
petroleum products
terrestrial vertical


5430 m3

III class of fire hazard
petroleum products

terrestrial vertical


5000 m3

I  class of fire hazard

III class of fire hazard
petroleum products

terrestrial vertical


5000 m3

III class of fire hazard
petroleum products

terrestrial vertical


20 860 m3



All tanks have a heating system.


2. Barges:

The company has a fleet of its own tank barges with a total storage capacity of up to 6000m3, including:

  • up to 5.500m3 of light fuels;
  • up to 2.300m3 of heavy fuels and oils.


3. Semi-trailer tanks:

  • dwo semi-trailer tankers with a capacity of 30 m3 each.



1. Direct reloading using:


  • vessels;
  • barges;
  • rail tankers;
  • semi-trailer tankers.


2. Reloads with the use of Storage Base or barges.

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Additional information

As part of the services of storing fuels and marine oils, we also perform:

  • pumping of fuels and oils from tankers or road tankers onto a ship or vice versa with a production capacity of up to 150 m³ / h for light fuels and 100 m³ / h for heavy fuels and oils;
  • heating heavy fuels and oils to a temperature enabling their efficient pumping;
  • storage under customs supervision of the product on the premises of our terminals equipped with CCTV systems, fenced and physically protected;
  • customs and tax formalities;
  • we perform the above services in cooperation with recognized appraisers.

The above services are carried out in the regions of Gdańsk and Gdynia.


About the Transshipment Terminal

Transhipment Terminal and Comal Storage Base at ul. Kujawska 10 in Gdańsk is located on plot No. 16 within 072. Before World War II, at the beginning of the 1930s, a warehouse management was carried out on two tanks No. 1 and 2


After the war, they took over the built-up property in the above-mentioned area and provided it to the State Enterprise of the CPN. The terminal underwent the largest modernization at the beginning of the 1960s, where it obtained today's form of development. During this modernization, two new reservoirs No. 3 and 4 were built, a fire pumping station, a porter's lodge and a social building. Products, technological pipelines, a boiler room, an office building and a mooring line were modernized.


The terminal is located on a plot of 37,287 m2, with a 150 m long coastline, in which there are approx. 597 m tracks of a railway siding, with convenient access via the cable-stayed bridge to the national road No. 7. The terminal is equipped with two tanks with a capacity of 5000 m3 each and two with a capacity of 5,430 m3 each.

The commissioning of this terminal enables the use of water and rail routes to transport liquid dangerous products, relieving road routes, especially within the Tri-City agglomeration. The technical and technological potential of this base allows for comprehensive logistics services for the transport of these types of products in the relations between sea-rail tankers, car tanks and storage tanks.


Introduction of the above-mentioned base to exploitation, completes the missing in the Gdansk port, potential for handling and storage of smaller tankers transporting liquid fuels and other petroleum products, as well as bunker vessels supplying fuel in the ports and shipyards.