Port of Gävle - The Hub of the East Coast
Port of Gävle – the largest logistics hub in Central Sweden, is situated only two hours from Stockholm, with comparatively little traffic or congestion. At Port of Gävle exports from the region’s steel, wood and paper industries on their way around the globe, meet input goods for industry, fuel, consumer goods and project loads that will be distributed throughout the country.
Large vessels can efficiently arrive at the port for quick unloading and loading at the container terminal, bulk terminal, combi terminal, and energy port. From here, the goods will reach their destination by electrified railway or road.
Port of Gävle has large storage areas near the quays as well as a logistics park that is ready with space for stocking and storing goods.
Welcome to the logistics hub of Central Sweden.
Gävle Hamn AB’s current chemistry quay was built in the 1930s and the quay has since then undergone several renovations. During the most recent inspection, it was found that further renovations are not possible, but that a new quay adapted to today’s requirements needs to be built. The contract was
Port of Gävle has becoma a well established port when it comes to handling windmills. Now, terminaloperator YILPORT Gävle has handled the longest windmill blades to date. As one of the first ports in Sweden, Port of Gävle handled a ship loaded with wind power blades measuring 84 meters. The
Svea Vind Offshore, one of the Swedish Energy Agency’s strategy nodes (strategy nodes establish partnerships, synergies and business models across sectors) for Swedish hydrogen, has signed an agreement with Port of Gävle to establish a hydrogen production facility in proximity to the port. The facility is expected to have a
Port of Gävle (Gävle Hamn AB) has sold its faithful servant, the tugboat Järven. The buyer is the local company Tugab Construction AB, which feels very good as there are good chances that Järven now will remain in the immidiate area. We wish Tugab the best of luck with the