In March 2020 Port of Frederikshavn entered into agreement with CG Jensen regarding establishment of new pier by Østre Kaj.
The new ship quay (Jeppe Ørskov Pier) and the new floating dock (Dock 5) were officially inaugurated on August 20, 2021.
|200 M SHIP QUAY |
|9.5 M WATER DEPTH BY SHIP QUAY |
|160 M DOCK QUAY |
|14 M WATER DEPTH BY DOCK QUAY |
|14,125 M² QUAY AREA |
|180 X 30 M NEW FLOATING DOCK (ORSKOV YARD) |
|475,000 M² DEEPENING |
|160,000 M² FILLING UP |
The project includes establishment of ship quay with a length of 200 metres and a water depth of 9.5 metres. Parallel to the ship quay a 160 metres long dock quay is established with a water depth of 14 metres. The two quays are separated by a 40 metres wide breakwater, and a quay area of nearly 15,000 m² is established. On the new quay areas, a firm pavement is established, as well as drainage from the area, electric quay panels, water supply and oxygen, gas and working air.
NEW FLOATING DOCK
The new quay plant will amongst others make space for Orskov Yard’s new floating dock, which comes from Hat-San Shipyard in Turkey. The new dock – Dock 5 – is 180 metres long and has an inside width of 30 metres. It has a lifting capacity of 10,000 tons and has a draught across the aft keel blocks of 8.5 metres, which amongst others makes it possible to service future larger fishing vessels and offshore supply vessels. The floating dock is designed with focus on simple and safe operation and minimum impact from the surrounding environment. The dock is therefore equipped with environment tanks and shore power plant. The shore power plant will supply power to the electric driven components on the dock, such as pumps and cranes, and it will also be possible to supply the docked vessel with shore power.
NEW FLOATING DOCK
Total length: 180 m
Inside width: 30 m
Draught: 14 m
Height over keel blocks, aft: 8.5 m
Lifting capacity: 10,000 t