Located in the New West Port (Ny Vesthavn) development in Kalundborg Port, APM Terminals Kalundorg is already fully paved and the require infrastructure is in place. The Terminal is scheduled to be operational in March 2021. Its 15m draft, deep-water basin, extends along the entire 500 metre quay, which will accommodate state-of-the-art port facilities.
Kalundborg Port has a central location right next to the deep-sea route in the Great Belt, linking the Baltic sea and the North Sea, providing an optimal sea connection between Kalundborg and central markets. Located close to the capital, Copenhagen, APM Terminals Kalundborg will have access to one of the largest areas in Denmark.
Advantageously located outside the city centre and with an appropriate distance to residential areas, a new access road provides the terminal with easy access to highway E20. Route 23 also provides a direct connection to the Capital, Copenhagen, approximately 1 hour away.
Facilities & Equipment
Ships serving the Baltic Sea are becoming larger, which means that few existing Ports are able to accommodate them. Once operational, APM Terminals Kalundborg will be Zealand’s only deep-water terminal with a draft of 15 metres.
- Area: 50,000 m2
- Draft: 15m
- Quay: 500m
- Mobile Harbour Cranes: 2x100 ton | 1x150 ton
When operations commence in March 2021, APM Terminals Kalundborg will receive Maersk’s two weekly feeder services (currently calling at Copenhagen Malmö Port), which represents approximately 30% of the volumes of the island of Zealand in Denmark. Through these new services, Kalundborg will gain access to global supply chain routes via Maersk’s AE5 service, which connects Aarhus and Norther Europe ports with Asia. The terminal is currently looking to attract further services for 2021 and beyond.