23 Jun 2016 / News

New container weight regulations just days away

From July 1 it will be mandatory to state the verified gross mass (VGM) of packed containers that are to be transported by sea. Just weeks before the amendment is due to come into effect it has yet to be ratified at national level. Despite this, preparations are under way at the Port of Gothenburg to comply with the new regulation.

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01 Jun 2016 / News

Premiere for new forest terminal

In May, the company Skaraslättens Transport AB embarked on a major investment in the transloading of sawn timber at the Port of Gothenburg. The company will double the number of staff and turnover at the...

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24 May 2016 / News

New port entrance officially opened

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.

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11 May 2016 / News

Welcome to our new website

You're one of the first visitors to the new Port of Gothenburg website. We hope you like it.

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05 May 2016 / News

Gothenburg Port Authority Sustainability Report for 2015 now available

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.

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01 May 2016 / Press

New Sulphur Directive improves Swedish air quality

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.

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01 May 2016 / Press

Liner services network in focus as Port of Gothenburg website goes live

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01 May 2016 / News

Construction boom at the Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park

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27 Apr 2016 / Press

Fewer cruise ships to Gothenburg this summer

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