Matches from Swedish Match
In the town of Tidaholm, Swedish Match produces 250 million matches each day. Two per cent of production remains in Sweden and the other 98 per cent is exported. The list of export countries includes Puerto...
The family-owned company Sandahlsbolagen Sweden AB has signed a five-year agreement with Gothenburg Port Authority to operate the new intermodal terminal at the port. Operations will commence in December 2017.
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From January 6 until February 28, the Swedish Dockworkers’ Union will impose a ban on new recruitment and overtime at APM Terminals in Gothenburg.Read more
The cruise season is not quite over in Gothenburg. The British cruise ship Arcadia sailed into the Port of Gothenburg this morning. On board were 2,000 passengers from the UK eager to savour the delights of Gothenburg in full Christmas spirit.Read more
One of the most vulnerable points from an industry point of view has now been addressed. The double-track cross-river rail link in Gothenburg, with both the North Marieholm Bridge and the South Marieholm Bridge, became operational on December 19. The Port line in Gothenburg, which is one the most important rail links for Swedish exports and imports, is being gradually expanded into a double-track system to increase capacity.Read more
Some years ago, the general feeling was that ro-ro shipping was losing ground and more and more freight would be transported in containers. But the future for wheeled cargo at sea now looks brighter than...Read more
A number of highly influential industrial organisations in the Gothenburg region joined forces to secure the future of the East Indiaman Götheborg. “The East Indiaman is an important symbol for the Port of Gothenburg and is of major symbolic significance for Swedish trade and shipping” said Magnus Kårestedt, Gothenburg Port Authority chief executive.Read more
Schenker Logistics was the first company to establish operations at the Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park. According to Anders Holmberg, Business Development Manager at Schenker Logistics, it has proved to be a very successful investment as its warehouse customers import large volumes via the Port of Gothenburg.Read more
The Port of Gothenburg offer Scandinavia's widest range of services at sea.