Efficient Flow is a three-year project between Port of Gävle, the Swedish Maritime Administration, the Finnish Transport Agency, Port of Rauma and Satakunta University. It is financed by the EU and aims to streamline the call process and thereby increase the competitiveness of shipping.
Infranode makes its first investment in the transport sector by investing SEK 400 million into the development of the Port of Gävle
Infranode invests SEK 400 million in the development of the new greenfield container terminal in the Port of Gävle and at the same time becomes a minority shareholder in the port operator Yilport
The new container terminal in Gävle is being built to handle 600,000 TEU and the official construction start took place 12th of December. The grand opening will take place in the summer of 2020.
Port of Gävle chooses to let ship-related fees remain unchanged 2019, with the ambition of being a competitive alternative to land transport.
Gävle will probably be the first port in the world with an automated high-bay storage warehouse for paper rolls.
Utilizing waste to create new port land
PTI (Port technology International) has published an article that presents the most recent port expansion and the major dredging and land creation project that has been undertaken in the Port of Gävle since 2007.
Securing a port's future through Circular Economy
In order to achieve continued growth, the Port of Gävle and Yilport Gävle are now doubling the container capacity. The expansion, which increases the capacity to 600,000 TEU annually, is expected to be completed in 2019.
A busy transportation hub with constant activity...