Latvia’s maritime industry serves as a vital component of its economy, leveraging the nation’s strategic position along the Baltic Sea and extensive coastline. The industry encompasses diverse sectors including shipping, port operations, shipbuilding, maritime logistics, and maritime services. The Port of Riga stands as Latvia’s largest port and a crucial maritime gateway, handling a wide array of cargo including containers, bulk goods, and Ro-Ro traffic. Additionally, Latvia’s shipbuilding sector focuses on specialized vessels and marine equipment, supported by a skilled workforce and innovative technology. The country’s commitment to sustainability and efficiency is evident in its modern port infrastructure and adoption of digital solutions in maritime operations. Overall, Latvia’s maritime industry plays a pivotal role in facilitating international trade, fostering economic growth, and enhancing connectivity with global markets.

Major Ports supported
  1. Port of Riga: Latvia’s largest and busiest port on the Baltic Sea, facilitating diverse cargo operations including containers, bulk goods, and Ro-Ro traffic, with modern infrastructure driving international trade and economic growth.
  2. Port of Ventspils: Key maritime gateway specializing in bulk cargo, particularly oil and petroleum products, featuring efficient operations crucial for Latvia’s energy sector and regional trade networks.
Services offered

Annual and 5-Yearly inspections – Lifesaving Appliances and Equipment: Life boat, Life Raft, Firefighting Appliances and Equipment, Davits, Load Testing, Spare Parts, and Supply. Launching appliances and release gears testing, Underwater inspection, ship repair, Pyrotechnics, Modernization, Cargo cranes, Trainings, consultations, consultations, and Automations