port of helsingborg


We’re a Container Specialist with broad experience in the entire supply chain. Situated in the expansive Öresund region right at the centrepoint between railway and two international highways, we’re able to get your logistic flows going.

The water temperature in the port is 11.7 degrees celcius. Information updated at 18:30. Water level 6 cm. Updated at 18:33. Wind gust 1.9 meters per second. Direction N.V.. Average wind 1.2 meters per second. Updated at 18:34.

The water temperature in the port is 11.7 degrees celcius. Information updated at 18:30. Water level 6 cm. Updated at 18:33. Wind gust 1.9 meters per second. Direction N.V.. Average wind 1.2 meters per second. Updated at 18:34.

The South Harbour

Being the most versatile part of the Port of Helsingborg, the South Harbour handles RoRo traffic, grain, and energy products, as well as warehousing, stuffing, and stripping.

The West Harbour

Featuring three container cranes and one mobile crane, the West Harbour handles 270,000 TEU by sea and 75,000 TEU by land every year. Adjacent is our combi terminal enabling transports directly from ship to railway.

Nordhamnen

The North Harbour

The North Harbour is the most accessible of all our ports and situated right next to Knutpunkten, Helsingborg’s central terminal for trains, buses and ferries. The operational services are dominated by the busy ferry traffic to and from Helsingør, Denmark.

The Port of Helsingborg

As one of Sweden’s largest ferry ports, a container specialist, and a leading port in Northern Europe, the Port of Helsingborg provides unique infrastructural opportunities for shipping companies, conveyors, and forwarding agents. Transports by railway, road, and sea run tirelessly day and night, all year round. Every year the ferries between Helsingborg and Helsingor carry more than 7 million passengers and close to 2 million vehicles over one of the busiest straits in the world.

Nine out of ten goods come to Sweden by sea. Working with a range of shipping companies, the Port of Helsingborg handles goods transports to all the major port cities in Europe and further all over the world.


Using our four cranes, 85 machines, and around 70 terminal wagons we handle more than 8 million tonnes of goods – every day.

Latest news

A power strip in the road

The Port of Helsingborg tests new electric road system to cut emissions and explore fossil-free transports

Beginning this autumn, the Port of Helsingborg will test a new high-tech electric road concept from the Swedish company Elonroad. The system charges all-electric vehicles from a power strip in…

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Not customs cleared? Welcome anyway

To streamline the traffic flow into the Port of Helsingborg, export units that are not yet customs cleared are welcome through the gate. The aim is to facilitate the incoming…

Container stacks in Port of Helsingborg, combi terminal in the background

The Port of Helsingborg procures new Terminal Operation System

An important step in moving the container terminal in the Port of Helsingborg is investing in a new TOS, or Terminal Operation System. The procurement has now been announced, and…

Artist impression of the new container terminal in Port of Helsingborg showing ships and containers

The container terminal in Port of Helsingborg moves south; Meanwhile, operations stay unaffected

The future Port of Helsingborg will be built, starting now. The new container terminal’s chosen geographical location means that the process can parallel with the operational activities kept intact. Construction…

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Continued high customer satisfaction in the Port of Helsingborg

The recent customer survey shows an NKI value of 76, indicating a very high customer satisfaction level in the Port of Helsingborg. This figure is becoming particularly significant in the…

Illustration of a containervessel and crane

New container terminal in Helsingborg

​The news shared today writes history in our port and the development for future operations is taking a giant leap. The new container terminal’s chosen geographical location means that the…