About the port

More than a port

We develop and sell port-related terminal services. But we strive to be more than a traditional port. We can follow our customers all the way from start to finish, and offer total solutions in the transport chain.

Here you will find general safety information about the port

Port information – City port

Port information – SSAB Steel port


The world begins in Oxelösund

The Port of Oxelösund has a uniquely advantageous geographical location that promotes efficient, fast and environment-friendly transport operations. We are right next to the E4 motorway on the Stockholm-Helsingborg section, as well as highway 53 towards Eskilstuna. A connecting railway track runs all the way down to the quayside, and Stockholm Skavsta Airport is only 20 minutes away.

Add to this an approach to the port from the sea that only takes one hour, and all in all you have a location that’s very hard to beat!

Berths, lengths and depths

Few ports in the Baltic can receive big vessels. We can. The short approach means safe navigation, time saved and lower costs. The Port of Oxelösund is by the open sea, free of ice all year round. This makes us an environmentally safe choice for flows of goods to and from Central Sweden or in transit on the Baltic sea.

Terminal Berth no. Length Depth
Liquid bulk
11 105 m 13,5 m
Dry bulk
9,5-10 388 m 16,5 m
Dry bulk, Breakbulk, RoRo, Container
3-8 589 m 8-9,7 m
Steel port
300 m 9 m

Manpower and machines

Employees mean everything to us

Our employees are the ones who work together to create our customers’ service experiences. We develop our employees continuously by means of vocational and internal training. At the Port of Oxelösund we operate in a flat, group-based organisation in which everyone is involved in day-to-day management, works in close collaboration with one another and can develop our business. We are a team of about 200 employees in total.

Equipment at the Port of Oxelösund

  • Eight cranes up to 45 tonnes
  • Two mobile cranes for flexible freight handling in smaller vessels
  • Two slewing cranes, 45-tonne for handling bulk, general freight and containers
  • One bulk crane 48 tonnes
  • Ship loader for dry bulk
  • Two marine loading arms for handling oil
  • Equipment for unloading cement
  • Complete ro-ro terminal
  • Forklift and container trucks, terminal tractors and wheel loaders with capacities of up to 42 tonnes
  • A conveyor system for the efficient handling of dry bulk to/from vessels
  • Shore tanks for liquid bulk

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