Handles everything from coffee to cars

Handles everything from coffee to cars

All sorts of goods arrive Oslo through the port. Containers filled with a wide range of products, new cars, oil and delicious coffee are all brought to Oslo by way of the sea.

53,300 pairs of shoes and 54,700 kilos of coffee are just a small part of the items that reach Oslo by sea every day. The state-of-the-art container terminals are visited by eight container vessels a week, and approximately 125,000 containers are unloaded each year.

The Port of Oslo is a major intersection in the Norwegian transport hub. Half of the Norwegian population lives less than three hours away from the Port of Oslo and the main road network is within a close distance of the busy terminals.

This means that cargo can also be loaded directly onto the trains, safely transporting the goods to wherever they need to go. Nine container ships call at the container terminals every week. There are both RTG and SSG cranes that can handle up to 27 containers per hour and each ship usually unloads a couple of hundred containers or more.

In order to accomodate the needs of the population and that of the businesses transporting products by sea, the port has to be open 24/7.

 

Continue reading about our containerterminals and the cargo we receive:

The container terminals at Sjursøya and Ormsund handle containers from all over the world that carry products which are distributed to large parts of the Norwegian population. Read more

The Port of Oslo receives many products that are shipped in liquid form, such as oil. These products are sent to Sjursøya and are called liquid bulk cargo. Read more

Other products may be transported as powder and are therefore called dry bulk cargo. There are facilities for this type of cargo both at Vippetangen and at Sjursøya. Read more

The ferries, which travel daily between Oslo and Copenhagen, and Oslo and Kiel, are loaded with cargo as well as passengers. Read more

There are so many different types of goods that come into the port, from coffee and cars to scrap metal. Sjursøya, Kongshavn and Filipstad are all container terminals which lift this cargo safely ashore. Read more