04/23/2014

New ro-ro service for cars to Gothenburg

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12/18/2013

Easier to transport freight by road to the Port of Gothenburg

At the beginning of December, a new bridge was opened at the Port of Gothenburg that will simplify freight transport by road to and from the port terminals.

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11/07/2013

New mooring points with the aid of a helicopter

The larger DFDS Seaways vessels can now be moored securely at the Älvsborg Ro-Ro Terminal. At the end of October, work commenced on building new mooring points. With the aid of a helicopter, four new bollards were lifted into place.

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12/18/2013

New import warehouse at the port

The 24,000 m2 warehousing and distribution centre at Arendal, located directly beside the port, is now complete. Owned by the Port of Gothenburg, the warehouse has been leased to Schenker Logistics and will handle mainly imported goods scheduled for onward distribution to end-consumers throughout Sweden.

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11/06/2013

From mudflat to wetland for wildfowl

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The creation of a shallow wetland for wildfowl is the purpose behind the application by the Port of Gothenburg that is due to be submitted shortly to the Land and Environment Court. The wetland is a way of reinstating an area that has been used to deposit dredging spoils for almost 40 years.

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12/10/2013

British cruise passengers heading for Gothenburg in December

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The Christmas cruise season at the Port of Gothenburg is upon us. During December, 5,000 British passengers will arrive in Gothenburg on three ships to experience the unique Christmas atmosphere in the city.

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11/04/2013

Oil needs – major global differences

TRENDSPANING

Crude oil is being channelled towards Asia. In northern Europe, Russian refineries are producing an increasing number of light products. These are the two global oil trends highlighted by Pontus Hallbäck at Scandinavian Tank Storage.

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11/08/2013

New Stena Line agreements in place

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The Port of Gothenburg and Stena Line have signed new agreements for the ferry terminals at Masthugget and Majnabbe. The agreement for the Denmark Terminal at Masthugget will run for five years and the agreement for the Germany Terminal at Majnabbe will run for 10 years with an option to extend.

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10/30/2013

Why asphalt should be green

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A reduction of 760 tonnes in carbon dioxide emissions. That will be the effect next year following the switch by the Port of Gothenburg to more environmentally friendly asphalt.

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