Hisingen in Gothenburg is where asphalt is made for a new road surface on Inchbonny Bridge in Scotland.
The cruise season in Gothenburg will get under way over the Easter weekend. During the next few months, 60,000 tourists are expected to arrive by cruise ship to discover the sights of the city. There will 44 visits by cruise ships to the Port of Gothenburg this year. First to arrive will be Aida Cara, which is due to berth at Frihamnen on Good Friday.
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A deeper fairway into the Port of Gothenburg would be a profitable investment for society. Every krona invested would produce four kronor in return. This encouraging outcome from a new analysis conducted by the Swedish Transport Administration would make an infrastructure venture of this nature one of the most lucrative in Sweden.Read more
Edvard Molitor, Senior Manager Environment at Gothenburg Port Authority, has been appointed as the new chair of the European Seaports Organisations (ESPO) Sustainability Committee. The position means that the Port of Gothenburg will take the lead in sustainability issues at European ports.Read more
According to a new report from the Swedish National Board of Trade, Swedish international trade in goods increased during the year compared to 2015. Exports rose by 1.1 per cent and imports by 3.2 per cent.Read more
Green Cargo is continuing to invest in the Port of Gothenburg. In April, they will expand rail traffic between Gothenburg and the Stockholm region with several new departures. There will also be a new rail shuttle to Gävle. More companies in the Stockholm region and Gävle will now be able to make use of the broad range of shipping routes from the Port of Gothenburg.Read more
The Port of Gothenburg is planning to make use of contaminated clay from the seabed to build a new freight terminal. The method is currently being tested as part of large-scale field trials using dredging spoils from the Göta Älv river.Read more
Gothenburg Port Authority and APM Terminals Gothenburg have signed an extension to the existing agreement. The extension involves an ambitious volume undertaking and an investment programme running through to 2024 worth 26 million euro.Read more
The Port of Gothenburg offer Scandinavia's widest range of services at sea.