Port Bulgaria West AD Port Terminal is the successor of the first private port for public transport of regional importance Fish Port Burgas.

It is currently owned by the CSFI investment fund

The port is situated in the northwestern part of the Port of Burgas and is fully integrated with the national transport system.

Its own railway network serves each berth with the possibility of simultaneous processing of a railway train of 20 wagons, and road connections lead to the main ring roads of the city.

The port has a 400 meter quay front, with a maximum draft of 8.50 m.

The front port mechanization includes four port gantry cranes with a carrying capacity of 6 tons and 10 tons, as well as a 100-ton mobile port crane.

The open and closed storage areas have a total area of ​​15,000 square meters, located near the quay.

The terminal handles over 700,000 tons a year, including Ro-Ro cargo, bulk cargo, production of the chemical and food industry, bulk non-hazardous cargo, bulk cargo and containers.

Port Bulgaria West AD is attractive in its pricing policy to customers, as it has a compact infrastructure, applies a flexible style of work, provides quality service and honesty.

Leading for us are partnerships and customer satisfaction.

Burgas is located very close to the main transport corridors:

• Corridor №8 - East-West;
• Corridor №4 - North-South;
• TRACECA corridor - Europe-Asia across the Black Sea.

The geographical location of the ports in Burgas allows them to be used for transshipment of transit cargo.

• deconsolidation - for goods destined for other ports on the Black, Azov and Caspian Seas or
• consolidation - for export from seaports of the Black, Azov and Caspian Seas.


According to the SAPS analyzes assigned by the Japan Agency for International Cooperation from the end of 2010, the expected forecast for container traffic for Burgas in 2030 - 250 000 TEU and in 2035 - 325 000 TEU.

This shows the great importance that containers will have for the ports in Burgas and the need to build new, specialized container terminals.

• The investment program of Port Bulgaria West includes:
• reconstruction of the quay wall;
• deepening of the water area in front of the quay wall to a depth of 11 m;
• purchase of front and storage machinery.

The implementation of this investment program will allow several times increase in the capacity of the port.

With the implementation of the investment program of Port Bulgaria West, the port will become a preferred destination of container operators, as the only modern private terminal in Bulgaria.