The Port of Fredericia has a favourable geographical location in the heart of the Triangle Region, a Danish growth hub, making it an important logistics centre for the transportation of cargo to and from the Region of Southern Denmark.

The Port of Fredericia is Denmark’s largest commercial port in terms of cargo throughput.

The port is the container port of the entire Region of Southern Denmark, and its frequent connections to Hamburg, Bremerhaven and Antwerp link it to overseas container routes. Learn more about the container routes and the container terminal at the Port of Fredericia here.

Danish North Sea oil is shipped from the Port of Fredericia. At the same time, oil and petroleum products are distributed to the entire Region of Southern Denmark.

Its favourable location makes the Port of Fredericia an important focal point for Danish agriculture and significant amounts of feed and grain are handled via the port.

The nearby motorway network (E20/E45) and Denmark’s international railway hub make the Port of Fredericia a logistics junction for RO-RO (trailer) traffic to Eastern Europe. With three RO/RO departures a week to Klaipeda in Lithuania, there is easy access to Russia and the other countries in the region. Learn more about the route here.

The Port of Fredericia is a dynamic shipping environment. See our business partners here.

The Port of Fredericia offers a many advantages:  

  • The water depth is 15 metres, making it one of the deepest ports in Denmark
  • Ice-free port
  • An efficient container terminal with a 15-metre water depth and three mobile cranes
  • Large, open and flexible port areas intended for heavy cargo
  • Efficient infrastructure including several RO/RO berths
  • Extensive production facilities, including three mobile cranes and seven portal cranes for dry bulk, biofuel and containers
  • Large, modern warehouses with pressure resistant sides for loose storage
  • Direct access to motorway E20 east/west and E45 north/south
  • Railway tracks on the quays
  • Dynamic and attractive shipping environment 

Port map Fredericia