All freight traffic goes as normal

All transport of goods, imports, and exports, which does not involve the carriage of passengers, shall operate as usual by road, train, ship, and aircraft. Airports, ports, and border crossings are kept open for freight…

Handled 5 percent more containers in 2019

In 2019, 5 percent more containers were handled over The Port of Larvik compared to 2018. With 83,000 containers of TEU in 2019, The Port of Larvik set new traffic records within the container segment.…

Innovative and collaborative

Jens Juel Rasmussen has been working for four months as Regional Director Scandinavia for Unifeeder. We had a chat with Jens to hear about Unifeeder, the plans ahead, and how to make the logistics of…

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Visions for sustainable transport

Norway has a vast nature-based infrastructure for maritime transport with significant investments in waterways and port facilities. A structure with a capacity to handle significantly larger volumes than today. Read the Kystrederiene's vision for sea…

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. "From your door…

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…

69 degrees north

Tromsø is the Arctic capital. With its 76,000 inhabitants, it is the largest city in Northern Norway. Close to the town lies Tromsø harbor, one of the country's largest fishing ports, a vital cruise port,…