The Port of Frederikshavn puts you at the centre of North European shipping.
You have access to more than 50 million people within a radius of 600 km.


57°26,1'N 10°32,9'E (KATTEGAT)



Logistically speaking, the Port of Frederikshavn is centrally located between the North Sea and the Baltic States. The port is right on the world’s third most trafficked corridor (Route T), through which 100,000 ships pass each year.



From the Port of Frederikshavn, there is direct access to the European motorway network, as the E45 starts at the gates of the port. As the principal port for ferry routes to Norway, Sweden and the Danish island of Laesoe, Frederikshavn is a hub for road transportation between Scandinavia and Europe. More than 750,000 rolling stock units pass through the port every year.

Frederikshavn is an important link in Northern Europe’s transportation infrastructure. The Port of Frederikshavn has been designated as part of Europe’s main transportation artery, and the road and railway section from Aarhus to Frederikshavn has become one of the principal transportation corridors in Europe.

The Port of Frederikshavn is an obvious HUB for freight to and from the European continent and is therefore the preferred transportation corridor between Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Freight traffic benefits from the large capacity and the numerous departures, which limits idle time for heavy goods vehicles. At the Port of Frederikshavn you will find a modern and efficient infrastructure with i.a. customs clearance, transportation center and service facilities for rolling stock.

Road trains up to 25.25 metres long and weighing 60 tons can be received and returned on the waterfront at Frederikshavn.