Created in 1991, Handlowy Swinoujscie Spolka (Polish) z o.o. is the port authority for Port Handlowy Swinoujscie. The company is owned 55% by its workers and 45% by the Authority of Szczecin and Swinoujscie Seaports.
The access channel to Port Handlowy Swinoujscie is 32 nautical miles long with a depth of 14 meters and widths from 180 to 200 meters. Port Handlowy Swinoujscie has river and rail connections with the hinterland.
Port Handlowy Swinoujscie has capacity to handle about 12 million tons of cargo per year. All quays have alongside depth of 12.8 meters.
The Chemikow Quay handles iron ore and other bulk cargoes and contains a new terminal with a 3500-cubic-meter tank and pipeline for handling liquid tar pitch. It is adjacent to a 120-meter basin for barges and has barge loaders with capacity for 180 tons per hour.
The Hutnikow Quay has a terminal for ore, aggregate, and general cargoes. The terminal is equipped with two grab cranes with capacity for 40 and 25 tons. The Hutnikow Quay has a new warehouse for general cargo that covers five thousand square meters, and the terminal has open storage yards of 31.4 thousand square meters.
The Gornikow Quay is a modern coal terminal that can accommodate ships from 35 to 65 thousand DWT. Equipped with a ship-loader with capacity for two thousand tons per hour and two wagon tipplers, the terminal also has a de-freezing station, stacker-reclaimers, and belt conveyor systems. It also contains a quay for barges up to 118 meters long that has two portal cranes with capacity to load 100 tons per hour.
The Portowcow Quay handles dry bulk and general cargoes. It has a canal that is 10.4 meters wide to accommodate barges with a draft up to six meters.
The Wladsyslawa IV Quay is used for lighterage. It is also a lay-by quay that can accommodate passenger and cruise ships.