The new container quay being built includes three recently ordered Super Post Panamax cranes, which can serve significantly larger vessels than the terminal is capable of today.
The extensive investments in the Port of Gävle are now being implemented with full force. For Yilport and Port of Gävle, this means a SEK 1.2 billion investment to equip the new container terminal with cranes and all other technology needed to service ever-larger vessels, as well as being able to handle the 1,200 TEU / week that the unique automated high stock for paper products will generate.
The two new warehouses at Port of Gävle´s Terminal Granudden were longed for. Even before the doors were in place, they were filled with cardboard rolls from the main customer BillerudKorsnäs
The ICT solution will be implemented in Port of Gävle and aims to enhance the efficiency of port operators. The purpose of the Ship and Port ICT solution is to streamline and simplify the port actors’ operations and also to get a digital communication channel in between vessels.
In addition to the various steel products that already occupy a completely separate section in the CFS, SSAB has chosen to now also move the stuffing of pipes for the world's mining industries to Yilport Gävle.
Port of Gävle will be included on the rotation of the newly launched Unifeeder Sweden-Poland Service. This is the first commercial feeder service ever to directly connect the Swedish east coast to Poland with a weekly service
After the first months of the 2019, the terminal operator in Port of Gävle, Yilport, sees no signs of a weakening economic climate.
The import of wind turbines to the Port of Gävle continues to increase. Port of Gävle has bought land outside the port area to be able to store the windmill parts
Port of Gävle and terminal operator Yilport will participate in the Transport Logsitic fair in Munich, 4-7 june. Stand 416, hall B2
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.