Hisingen in Gothenburg is where asphalt is made for a new road surface on Inchbonny Bridge in Scotland.
The joint entrance for road traffic to the Port of Gothenburg has now been officially opened. A clearer route to the port, improved traffic flow and a more efficient reception procedure are just some of the benefits to emerge from this newly established port entry point.
You're one of the first visitors to the new Port of Gothenburg website. We hope you like it.Read more
2015 proved to be an eventful year for Gothenburg Port Authority. The company became climate-neutral and implemented an extensive reworking of the discount system for vessels calling at the port that have been environmentally adapted. These and other measures are reported in the company's Sustainability Report, which also highlights challenges for 2016 and the future.Read more
On January 1, 2015, the new EU Sulphur Directive came into force for shipping in the English Channel, North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The substantial reduction in the sulphur emission limit has resulted in a significant improvement in air quality in Gothenburg, Sweden. Sulphur emissions from shipping fell by over 70 per cent between 2014 and 2015, with particulate matter emissions falling by 50 per cent.Read more
Responsive, constantly alert to change and with a focus on the liner services network. Just some of the features that characterise the new Port of Gothenburg website, which will go live today.Read more
On Hisingen, immediately beside the Port of Gothenburg, an entirely new logistics park covering one million square metres is gradually emerging. In April, the property companies NCC and Prologis held groundbreaking ceremonies prior to construction of three new logistics facilities with total floorspace of 50,000 square metres. All three are expected to be completed by the turn of the year.Read more
April 26 marked the coming of spring at the Port of Gothenburg with the arrival of the first cruise ship of the season. A total of 34 are expected to call this year, carrying 60,000 passengers. This is fewer than we have come to expect in recent times. The fall can be attributed in part to competition from Denmark.Read more
The Port of Gothenburg offer Scandinavia's widest range of services at sea.