Vehicle and ro-ro terminal.

The Port of Gothenburg’s vehicle and ro-ro terminal, which is connected to the railway network, is run by the terminal operator Logent Ports & Terminals. The terminal handles all kinds of ro-ro cargo. There are direct routes from here to destinations including North America, the Middle East and India.

Vessel calls

All vessels that are due to call at the Port of Gothenburg must issue notification at least 24 hours before arrival.

Are you picking up or dropping off goods?

To visit the Port of Gothenburg, you must pass through Port Entry, the joint entrance to the entire port area.

Contact details for Logent Ports & Terminals.

If you have any questions about goods that are being transported to or from the roro-terminal at the Port of Gothenburg, please contact Logent Ports and Terminals.
+46 7 046 804 43


Bear in mind that you must submit a pre-registration form in order to visit the port area. You enter the port area via Port Entry, which is a joint point of entry to all cargo terminals.

Read more about Port Entry here.

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General Port Regulations


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Tug regulations for the Port of Gothenburg


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Port Tariff 2023


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Railway tracks for vehicles at the Port of Gothenburg.

We can offer the automotive industry more efficient and climate-smart distribution solutions. The track is 500 metres long and links directly with the terminal’s PDI (pre-delivery inspections), when vehicles being imported into Sweden are adapted for Swedish conditions before being transported onwards into the country. Up to 300 vehicles can leave the terminal by rail every day.

Export companies can also use the railway. In addition to vehicles, Swedish export successes such as HGV chassis, dumpers and wheel loaders can also take the train to the Port of Gothenburg for onward transport out into the world.


Ship your cargo by rail

More and more companies are choosing rail transport solutions to and from the Port of Gothenburg. Rail transport operations are cost-efficient, reduce emissions to air and contribute to reduced congestion on the roads.