Sweden’s Tomoku Hus builds wooden houses in the heart of Dalarna. 50 days later they are erected in Japan.
The Port of Gothenburg has been nominated for the GREEN4SEA Port Award 2018 in recognition of the company’s environmental work. The nomination specifically highlights the in-house environmental programme at the Port of Gothenburg, which has opened up further potential to guide shipping along a greener path.
The road to greener transport can be reached through collaboration with our customers. We offer a whole range of alternatives for shipping companies, freight owners and carriers that are seeking to achieve a more sustainable logistics system.
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On Wednesday, the Arken Combi Terminal at the Port of Gothenburg was officially opened. Freight can now switch between road, rail and sea at the quayside, and can do so much more efficiently than before. The new terminal will result in higher freight capacity, improved transport efficiency, and cleaner air. And more than 100 trucks a day avoid having to negotiate their way through the centre of Gothenburg.Read more
Construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility is now under way at the Port of Gothenburg. The facility will open up new opportunities for LNG-fuelled ships that call at the Gothenburg Energy Port. It will become fully operational during 2018.Read more
Storage and distribution properties are being completed in rapid succession at the Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park. Bagaren och Kocken and Storex are two further tenants that will transfer their warehousing operations to the new logistics park directly beside the Port of Gothenburg.Read more
With a fall of 19 per cent, 2017 went down in history as the worst year ever for container volumes at the Port of Gothenburg. This was revealed in newly published freight figures for 2017. And yet the total freight volume came in at just over 40 million tonnes, buoyed up by good – and in some cases record-breaking – performances in other sectors.Read more
Even more freight can now be switched from road to rail in Gothenburg for onward distribution to various parts of Sweden and Europe. The Arken Combi Terminal has been open and operating at the Port ofRead more
Trade between Sweden and Belgium has been strong for quite some time. Traffic is now set to expand even further with the ro-ro company CLdN adding a fourth weekly sailing on the service between Gothenburg and the Belgian port of Zeebrugge.Read more
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