Skelleftea Hammen

Kallholmsplanen 2.0

Port of Skellefteå has today a shortage of storage areas for heavy cargo in the south port. Kallholmsplanen was created 2011 and this part of the project is planned to expand the storageareas and also make it possible to load on the Kuusakoski siding.

The area was originally as the car terminal for the ferry to finland back in the 80’s and is not constructed for heavy storage. Planning will commence during 2019 and construction 2020.

Project

Here you will find information about ongoing and upcoming projects at Port of Skellefteå. Do you have questions or want to know more, do not hesitate to hear from you. Contact details can be found here.

Project Port of Skellefteå 2020

Project Port of Skellefteå 2020

Skellefteå hamn has earlier found that the lack of storage space and the draughtsituation in the present portarea is to ...
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Siding and catchingdeck.

Siding and catchingdeck.

A new track for deliveries to and from the oil terminals is planned to be constructed. This will make it ...
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Kallholmsplanen 2.0

Kallholmsplanen 2.0

Port of Skellefteå has today a shortage of storage areas for heavy cargo in the south port. Kallholmsplanen was created ...
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INLAND WATERWAY VESSELS

Arrival
Name
Kaj
Arrival from
Load
Departs to
2020-02-18
Ice Star
Rönnskär
Ronne
Sand
Odda

FENDED VESSELS

Arrives
Name
Kaj
Arriving from
Load
Departs to
2020-02-19
Swe Carrier
Skelleftehamn
okänt
Trävaror
Hull
2020-02-19
Zijlborg
Rönnskär
Rotterdam
Kopparslig
okänt
2020-02-20
Vlieland
Rönnskär
Rotterdam
Kopparslig
okänt
2020-02-22
Swe Freighter
Skelleftehamn
okänt
Trävaror
Shoreham
2020-02-25
Sunnanvik
Cementa
Slite
Cement
Luleå
2020-02-27
Lammy
Rönnskär
Moerdjik
Kopparslig
okänt
2020-03-02
Sunnanvik
Cementa
Slite
Cement
Luleå
2020-03-11
Wislaborg
Rönnskär
Samsun
Kopparslig
okänt
2020-03-14
Medemborg
Rönnskär
Samsun
Kopparslig
okänt

Aboard BAUS

The tugboat Baus entered our business in 2012. The tugboat is modified and upgraded to fit Port of Skellefteås needs, which differs from the ship’s previous service.

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