The Port of Grenland feature a dense network of regular shipping connections.
There are direct lines to Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany and Belgium.
The Brevik Terminal is operated by the region’s largest freight company DFDS, which operates RoRo lines to Gothenburg, Ghent and Immingham.
Unifeeder’s container ships call on Brevik for routes to Rotterdam, Bremerhaven and Hamburg. Much of the cargo is reloaded onto trans-oceanic ships in the Netherlands and Germany for further transportation to the rest of the world.
MSC operates the Brevik Terminal on its LoLo line between Oslo and Antwerp.
Grenland Rail handles weekly cargo trains to the Brevik Terminal. The trains run between the Brevik Terminal and the freight terminal at Alnabru in Oslo.
Fjord Line operates a ferry route between Langesund Ferry Terminal and Hirtshals.
View planned arrivals and departures of ships at the Port of Grenland: Follow this link for real-time map of ships in the fairway.
Local passenger ferries
There are also local passenger ferries at hand in the Port of Grenland.
Brevik Fergeselskap operates the ferries and the ‘fjord busses’ in the Grenland archipelago. You can read more at fergene.no
Helgeroafergene operate a summer route between Langesund and Helgeroa. You will find timetables and information at helgeroafergene.no.