The Port of Nyborg is an international deep-water port with a unique location right at the Great Belt and with only nine nautical miles to the international deep-water route in the Great Belt, connecting the North Sea and the Baltic. The port is located just one kilometre from E20 and therefore is optimally located in relation to the Danish motorway network.
Project port with large areas
The greatest strength of the port is the many, large and open areas which in recent years have been prepared for use, and there are currently more than 150,000 square metres of open areas right next to 11 metres of water. That makes the port of Nyborg ideal for large projects and project cargoes with special types of goods requiring a lot of space.
Port area: 359.466 m²
Water depth: 11 metres
Volume of cargo: 926 mio. tonnes
Calls, commercial port: 489
Employment effects, local: 4,2 %
Significant investments in the port facilities
Investments have been made in crane capacity, upgraded quays and new Ro/Ro facilities, and together with the easy access and exit and direct access to the motorway network, the port of Nyborg is ideal for Ro/Ro cargo.
City and port
In recent years, the port of Nyborg has drawn several new companies contributing to growth and job creation in the municipality of Nyborg. The port is located within the urban area which allows for flexibility and development opportunities.
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Large projects and special types of goods
The port of Nyborg houses some of Northern Europe’s most modern facilities for the handling of steel coils, and in recent years, the port has built up extensive expertise as an assembly port and as a port of disembarkation for large, offshore wind turbine projects for the Baltic Sea as well as for the Kattegat. The port of Nyborg currently makes the scene for one of Europe's largest operators within distillation of tar products. The Koppers company has consolidated their Northern European activities in Nyborg and used the construction at the port to create one of their most energy-efficient production set-ups.