Göteborgs Hamn AB - Startsida

Logistics Park filling up – Thermo Fisher Scientific the newest tenant

15:12 - 03 Mar 2017 / News

Multinational laboratory equipment company Thermo Fisher Scientific has been operating since January at the Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park. The first phase in NCC’s part of the Logistics Park is now fully let.

Linus Lie, Operations Manager at Nordic Thermo Fisher Scientific, said: “We have been operating in Gothenburg for a long time but we are extremely pleased to be closer to the port. From a logistics perspective, there could be no better location in the Nordic region. And from a customer perspective, we are in an ideal position as we can reach our customers within the assured timeframe.”          

Read more: Bockasjö builds on behalf of Volvo Cars

Thermo Fisher Scientific is a leading biotechnology product development company and is part of an multinational group with 56,000 employees and annual net sales in excess of 170 billion kronor. Their products arrive in Sweden mainly via the Port of Gothenburg ro-ro terminals.

Five storage and logistics buildings have been rapidly built and let. Construction of a further two buildings is in progress and there are even more in the pipeline.

Linus Lie continued: “The Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park has given us considerable scope to deal with fluctuations in the economy along with greater operating flexibility in the fact that we have access to both staff and volume. The new location also brings us closer to our partners, who are already in the vicinity, which means we have greater flexibility in the way we work.

NCC has over 220,000 square metres at its disposal at the Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park. 

Read more: See the logistics park emerge

Fler nyheter


Smart freight tracking system at the Port of Gothenburg goes live

Read full article

Dredge spoil disposal system planned for fairway deepening project

Read full article

New rail shuttle from Middle Sweden to the Port of Gothenburg boosts forest product exports

Read full article