Sweden’s flow of goods is changing. Recent figures published by the Swedish Ports Association reveal that Gothenburg is playing an increasingly important role as Sweden’s gateway to the world market.
Ports throughout Europe have been hit hard by the current Covid-19 pandemic. This can be seen clearly in the recently published volume statistics from Europe’s largest ports.
Shipowners and operators relying on sub-optimal hull cleaning strategies could face additional fuel costs of up to 20% when vessels resume operation
Gothenburg harbor is closely following the development of the Coronavirus. Adjustments to the business are ongoing.
A ‘soft’ or ‘hard’ Brexit does not matter – the UK will be classed as a ‘third country’ in relation to EU countries such as Sweden, as it will be outside the single market
As a result of a new collaboration, Volvo Trucks’ autonomous, electric and connected vehicle Vera will form part of an integrated solution to transport goods from a DFDS logistics centre to a port terminal in Gothenburg, Sweden.
An important milestone is reached in the largest development project at the Port of Gothenburg in 40 years.
During the evening of Monday June 25, the first-ever bunkering of liquefied biogas (LBG) took place at the Port of Gothenburg. Fure Vinga, owned by the Donsö-based shipping company Furetank, took on 40 cubic metres of LBG directly from a road tanker parked at the quayside.
Considerable progress has been made in LNG sector at Port of Gothenburg. This is due in many respects to the far-sightedness of a number of Swedish shipping companies when they ordered LNG-powered vessels.