Important hub in the Baltic region

Biofuels

Port areas and warehouses

For a number of years, the green transition in the Danish energy and utility sector has meant a significant increase in the import of alternative fuels such as wood pellets, wood chips and other bioproducts. A large part of the Danish import goes through the ports, and at the Port of Fredericia we have increased the overall business within the amounts of wood pellets, wood chips and other bioproducts in recent years.

Important hub in the Baltic region

The Port of Fredericia is centrally located in relation to the Baltic region and is one of Denmark's largest ports for goods throughput, i.e. import and export. The Port of Fredericia is centrally located in relation to the Danish utility sector, and with a good location in relation to the motorway network (E20/E45) the port provides easy access to neighbouring markets.

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Close collaboration with port operators

The development in the amounts of imported biofuels is done in close collaboration with the port operators that are the leading shipping businesses on the market. Our business partners are locally rooted with their own offices at the ports. They therefore have a good basis to provide consultancy and to find solutions that creates value for the our customers and the Danish utility.

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The Port of Fredericia

The Port of Nyborg