• Director:
    Anastas Kokkin
  • Address:
    1, Mytna Sq., Odesa, 65026
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  • Phone:
    +38 (048) 729-4550
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    +38 (048) 729-4656
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Subsidiary company HPC UKRAINA was founded in 2001 by HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH (Germany) and is a member of HHLA (Hamburger Hafen- und Logistic AG). Since foundation SC HPC Ukraina is the operator of Container Terminal Odessa (CTO) in Odessa Commercial Sea Port (OCSP) and renders service of discharge and loading of containers from/onto the vessels, storage and weighing and other related service.



Throughput capacity of the terminal is 850 000 TEU. 442 highly skilled specialists are working for the company providing high class service for the clients.


The basic territory of the terminal is 18 ha and in addition to that there are another 19, 5 ha of the area reclaimed within the Quarantine mole project. After completion of the project the throughput capacity of the terminal will increase up to 1 200 000 TEU per year.

Now the handling operations are performed on three berths; two of them are new with depth of 14, 5 m and length of 650 m. The basic berth of the terminal is 310 m long and can accept sea vessels with draught of up to 12, 5 m. The berths are equipped with the state-of-the-art STS Super post-panamax cranes produced by the world known Liebherr company.

Computer system CTIS is used on the terminal securing proper safety and control level. CTIS offers wide range of standard interfaces for electronic data exchange with the leading shipping lines, forwarders and all respective authorities in the port community.

HPC Ukraina’s terminal operation, incl. all documentary services, is supported by CTIS, the state-of-the-art Container Terminal Information System. CTIS offers a range of standard interfaces for electronic data interchange with shipping lines, forwarders and all relevant authorities in the port community.

Presently HPC Ukraina employs a workforce of approximately 500 highly motivated and skilled people.

The terminal’s actual annual throughput capacity is approximately 650.000 TEU, but after the completion of the extension project for ‘Quarantine Mole’ (a joint project with the OSCP), the terminal’s throughput capacity will more than double.