The inland port of Anklam is the biggest of its kind in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern today. It is managed by the municipal Binnenhafen Anklam GmbH. The goods handled here are predominantly fertilizer, scrap, building materials, grain, rapeseed and timber.

Its favourable geographical location makes the inland port of Anklam attractive for goods handling. The town on river Peene is intersected by the federal roads B 109, B 110 and B 197. The coastal motorway A 20 passes around 25 kilometres to the south. Via a railway siding there is a connection to the main railway line between Stralsund and Berlin.

Binnenhafen Anklam GmbH also manages the ports in Jarmen and Demmin. The port of Jarmen is situated very close to the federal roads B 96 and B 110 and to the motorway A 20. The commercial port of Demmin is situated right at the B 110 and has a good connection with the B 194.

Average annual cargo volume: 90.000 t
Quay length: 935 m
Surface area: 3 ha
Depth of water »Peenestrom«: 2,50 m
Depth of water »Oderhaff«: 3 m
Absence of ice: 10-12 months
Berths: 10
Open-air storage: 10.000 m²
Rail connection: 1,100 m length of railtrack
Railway bridge: 9.50 m width (10.10 m clear width)
Height of assembly: 12 m


Hafen Jarmen


Quay length: 500 m
Depth of water: 2,50 m
Berths: 5
Open-air storage: 3.000 m²


Wirtschaftshafen Demmin


Quay length: 320 m
Depth of water: 2,50 m
Berths: 4
Open-air storage: 1.100 m²