Port of Gothenburg offers natural gas bunkering

A growing number of ships worldwide run on liquefied natural gas, LNG. Now they can bunker this cleaner fuel alternative at the Port of Gothenburg. New regulations for LNG bunkering have been introduced by the Gothenburg Port Authority in collaboration with the Port of Rotterdam.

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Record week for cruise ships at the Port of Gothenburg

Gothenburg is about to set another record as part of its history as a cruise destination. On May 14-15, 12,500 passengers will arrive on seven cruise ships. The newly built Royal Princess, 330 metres in length and with 3,600 passengers, will be the largest cruise ship to visit this year. It will berth at S...

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The work of a pilot


Around 22,000 people in Gothenburg are directly or indirectly dependent on the port for their employment. Who are these people? What do they work with? In the series 'The Port as a Workplace' we find out more about the jobs that are vital if all the pieces in the logistics puzzle at the largest port in...

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Three winners of the Port of Gothenburg Environmental Award 2014


The Port of Gothenburg Environmental Award for 2014 has been presented jointly to three load inspection companies at the Energy Port. Independent Inspection Services, Rhodsig/SGS and Saybolt have received the award for rapid and efficient load inspection at the Energy Port.

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Meet the Port of Gothenburg at the Logistics & Transport Fair on May 7-8

On May 7-8 it will be time for the Logistics & Transport Fair in Gothenburg. The Port of Gothenburg will again share a stand (C03:22) with Business Region Gothenburg and Swedavia Gothenburg Landvetter Airport – collaboration aimed at reinforcing the Gothenburg region as the primary freight hub of Scandinav...

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Cars and ro-ro traffic increase at the Port of Gothenburg – fall in container and energy volumes

During the first quarter of 2014, European ro-ro traffic and the handling of new cars increased at the Port of Gothenburg. The oil and container segments continue to fall.

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New ro-ro service for cars to Gothenburg

Starting in April 2014, the Belgian shipping company EML NV's ro-ro service, carrying Renault and Nissan cars, will operate via Logent Ports & Terminals at the Port of Gothenburg. Two smaller vessels will operate on the Zeebrügge-Esbjerg-Gothenburg -Drammen-Tyne route and will call at Gothenburg every five...

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Construction of the LNG terminal in Gothenburg is moving into the next phase

At the Port of Gothenburg, construction of the terminal for liquid natural gas, LNG, has moved into the next phase. The City of Gothenburg has approved the detailed plans and demolition activities has now commenced to make way for the LNG terminal.

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Älvsborg RORO AB changes name to Gothenburg RORO Terminal

Gothenburg RORO Terminal has been the name since April 4, 2014 of the terminal at the Port of Gothenburg that was previously known as Älvsborg RORO. The change of name has taken place to put the terminal on the map and show the customers exactly the market it provides access to.

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