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760,000 tonnes moved from road to sea

    Since 2017, the Norwegian Coastal Administration has provided grants to shipowners to establish new sea transport services that can compete with road transport. The results to date are more than 760,000 tonnes of goods moved from road to sea. Make a note of this year’s application deadline: 10 May 2021.

    Nutrimar products

    Sustainable logistics from production to market

      Nutrimar AS was founded in 2007 to create value from the salmon industry’s waste products. Through this work, Nutrimar has contributed to employment in the local community and increased the raw material value once considered waste. Annually, Nutrimar sends 14,000 tonnes of processed goods to Europe, the USA, and Asia, mainly by sea. According to Logistics Manager at Nutrimar, Ingvild Nygård, the most sustainable way to transport goods.

      The world is getting closer to Tromsø

        On Saturday 08.02, the North Sea Container Line (NCL) starts weekly departures from the port of Tromsø, which links the region with markets such as Asia, the USA, Portugal, and the Netherlands.

        New Freight service: Finnmark – Central Norway

          Nor Lines Daily launches a new freight service, in collaboration with one of the “Daily” shipowners. The service will operate every second week between Central Norway and Kirkenes. The first official departure from Trondheim to Kirkenes will be Friday, 24 January, with the arrival in Kirkenes on Thursday 30 January.