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Kalundborg secure port expansion

Kalundborg secure port expansion

29-09-2016 08:00:00


The port of Kalundborg is now taking a decisive step towards the realization of its expansion visions. With a loan guarantee from the local council in Kalundborg Municipality, the construction of a large new port area of 330,000 square meters will soon begin.

"We want to invest in the future, but we have run out of space for new port businesses to establish themselves in. To meet the port's development and growth potential we are investing in more space, so the port and the surrounding cluster can continue to contribute actively to the development economically and employment wise," says Director of the Port of Kalundborg, Bent Rasmussen.

The port of Kalundborg has just secured economic blueprint of a significant port expansion under the name New West Harbour. Next year, Kalundborg can start implementing 330,000 additional square meters of port area with a quay of 500 meters, where the water depth is 15 meters.

New West Harbour, which will be located on the south side of Kalundborg Fjord, will serve as a strengthening of the whole business cluster in Kalundborg. The port of Kalundborg will take the first step for New West Harbour in the summer of 2017 and expects that the new port area is ready for operation in the autumn of 2018.

Source: Kalundborg Havn / Maritime Denmark


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