Transport and logistics hub

Taulov Dry Port

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ADP currently goes through a major transformation where we strengthen our market position through linking the Port of Fredericia with a 887,325 m² hinterland area - a so-called dry port. Taulov Dry Port offers companies modern warehouse and logistics facilities with easy access to multimodal transport solutions and cargo transhipment. 


Consolidation of storage and logistics in Taulov Dry Port

The transport and logistics sector is currently facing new technologies, new solutions and other innovations and the need for fast, competitive forms of delivery to companies and consumers has never been greater. The consolidation of storage and logistics activities in Taulov Dry Port gives companies a coherent solution with access to one of Denmark's deepest port terminals in Fredericia with areas near the quay right next to 15 metres of water and newly built warehouse facilities at the dry port.

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Development in collaboration with PFA

ADP and PFA are partnering in a joint venture to develop Taulov Dry Port. In the years to come, the joint venture will invest a total of DKK 1.5-2.0 billion in building modern and flexible storage and logistics premises in Taulov Dry Port. The premises are developed as adapted project solutions or as generic storage premises that are rented out on commercial terms.

PFA and ADP to construct a 28,385 m² logistics center for DLG in Fredericia - Press release

Denmark's largest agribusiness company DLG gathers its warehouse and distribution activities in a new 28,385 m² logistics center in Taulov Dry Port - only 5 km from the headquarters in Fredericia.

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Uniscrap, the Danish recycling company, gathers all of its activities at Taulov Dry Port

"Our new headquarter and production in Taulov Dry Port will have an optimal location, and we’re therefore able to optimise our transport and logistics costs while gaining access to areas near the quay at the port of Fredericia, right next to 15 metres of water to ship large amounts of scrap", says Thomas Christensen, CEO of Uniscrap A/S.

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