Intra-European ro-ro traffic to and from the Port of Gothenburg is looking healthy, and destinations such as Kiel, Frederikshavn (Stena Line), Immingham, Grenland, Ghent (DFDS) and Zeebrugge (CLdN, EML, SOL) are reporting good growth. Working in collaboration with several North European ports, the Port of Gothenburg is hoping to link up more destinations as part of intermodal collaboration that will contribute to a more efficient, climate-smart logistics system.
The shipping company CLdN operates between Zeebrugge and Gothenburg. In between, there is the port of Hirtshals in Denmark, which is visited on a regular basis by vessels from Norwegian ports, including Kristiansand, Larvik, Grenland, Risavika and Bergen, along with the ports of Seydisfjordur in Iceland and Torshavn in the Faroe Islands. With CLdN adding Hirtshals to the loop between Zeebrugge and Gothenburg, conditions have been created that will allow more freight to be transported by sea to Sweden.