The Port of Fredericia is centrally located at the European transport corridor with easy access to motorways (E20/E45) and the railway network which provides optimal conditions for easy and efficient handling and transshipping of goods. With an annual cargo turnover of approx. 7.6 tonnes, the port of Fredericia is among the biggest Danish ports for import and export. Operations resolve around grain, feed products, trailer cargo, project cargo, biofuels, recycling products, containers and liquid bulk.
A cargo hub in the Baltic region
The port of Fredericia is the largest container port in the Region of Southern Denmark, and the port has a large trading area for container goods. Import and export in containers are important to many of the companies in the region, and with weekly feeder calls at the Port of Fredericia, they are connected to global and European markets. Several weekly ferry departures to Klaipeda in Lithuania also make the port of Fredericia an important junction for Ro/Ro traffic to the Baltic States.
Find more information about the container routes and ferry departures from the port of Fredericia here.
Port area: 784,721 m²
Area expansion Taulov Dry Port: 900.000 m²
Water depth: 15 metre
Volume of cargo: 6.8 mio. tonnes
Cruise: 10 calls
ADP do not only deliver port infrastructure, we are also a business partner that delivers value to our customers by taking a 360-degree approach to our customers’ transport and logistics challenges. By combining the Port of Fredericia with modern storage and logistics domiciles at Taulov Dry Port in the hinterland, we offer the Danish transport and logistics sector efficient and coherent transport and logistics solutions.
For further information, please contact
Key Account Manager
Mobile +45 2969 2034
City and port
The Port of Fredericia is a port close to the city, and we are very much aware of the interaction with our surroundings. The Port of Fredericia currently goes through a major transformation where port areas and facilities are developed to accommodate future volumes of cargo. We balance our development plans and increased activities with as much consideration for the environment as possible and in good interaction between the city and port.
The development takes place in close collaboration with the port operators, who are the leading shipping companies, brokers and transport and logistics companies.