Port of Gothenburg freezes port charges

The Gothenburg Port Authority has decided to leave the Port Tariff unchanged. As a result, the Port Tariff for 2016 will remain at the 2015 level. Magnus Kårestedt, Port of Gothenburg chief executive, said: "Our aim behind this move is to reinforce the growth of industry, shipping and the port."

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LCS expands operations with tank container workshop

LCS (Lundby Containerservice) has acquired the company Göteborgs Tankcontainerservice. The move means that LCS will complement its range of sea container services with a repair shop for tank containers.

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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 us in Shanghai

On June 17-19, the Port of Gothenburg will attend Transport Logistic in Shanghai. The stand will be shared with Business Region Gothenburg.

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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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Port of Gothenburg arranges this year's ESPO Conference

On May 14-16, more than 200 port executives and EU representatives will gather in Gothenburg. The Port of Gothenburg will act as host for what is the major conference of the year for the industry.

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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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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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