Romania’s Port of Constansa


The Port of Constansa on Romania’s east coast, is the largest port on the Black Sea. Vital to trade, this port is gearing up to handle more than 4 million metric tonnes of grain in the next 5 years. The port sits on about 4,000 ha of land and contains a total of 282 berths. Adrienne Baughman, owner of Forbs Export Services, a machine exporter, explored Ukrainian & Romanian Ag as part of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation’s Black Sea Market Study Tour June 23-July 5, 2013