Denmark's third largest container port


Port of Fredericia

The Port of Fredericia is Denmark's third largest container port and the biggest in the Region of Southern Denmark. The container port serves as a feeder port with several weekly departures for i.a. Hamburg, Bremerhaven and Antwerp. The direct and frequent connections to large, European ports are managed by the shipping lines Unifeeder, MSC, X-Press Feeders and Hapag Lloyd providing access to destinations throughout the world.

Large container terminal

The container terminal is equipped with efficient crane capacity and has 15 metres water depth. The Port of Fredericia is an important container hub for the import and export of container goods from global and European markets for companies in the southern part of Denmark. In relation to domestic distribution, the Port of Fredericia is located in a multimodal junction with easy access to motorways and railways which provides optimal conditions for easy and efficient handling and transshipment of container goods.


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Efficient container operations

The flexible and fast handling of containers at the Port of Fredericia is managed in cooperation with the professional operators of the port. With a water depth of 15 metres, a large crane capacity and a large container terminal at the quay, the port of Fredericia offers efficient and safe handling of container goods.

View video of an effective container operation at the Port of Fredericia


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A historic expansion of the Port of Fredericia will double container terminal capacity and establish new and extended container and Ro-Ro terminals

The largest development project in the history of the Port of Fredericia is set to double con-tainer capacity and ensure that the Port of Fredericia gets its share of the increasing con-tainer and RO/RO cargo volumes – while also supporting the ADP aim to become fossil-free by 2030.

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