Port of Grenland is one of the largest and busiest ports in Norway. It provides a central intermodal hub directly connected to the rail and road network, with facilities for RoRo (roll-on/roll-off) and LoLo (lift-on/lift-off) for vessels heading to/coming from Europe. We operate four main terminals for cargo handling, all of which provide important links between sea, road and rail.
The Brevik Terminal is the main terminal for general cargo in Grenland. It has ‘main port’ status and is linked to the national rail network by a side track from the Brevik Line. The terminal has direct shipping lines to Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Sweden, and is operated by NorthSea Terminal.
Skien Port Terminal
Skien Port Terminal is an industrial terminal equipped for handling general cargo, dry bulk freight and project cargo, as well as heavy lifting and a number of specialist functions. The terminal offers warehouse rental and outdoor storage to companies that require both transports and logistics capacities.
The Herøya Terminal is centrally located at Herøya Industrial Park in Porsgrunn, and consists of the Crane quay, which is Grenland’s main terminal for shipping timber; Tinfos quay, which is used by Eramet; and Deep-water quay, which is the main terminal for receiving raw materials for Yara.
Langesund Ferry Terminal
Fjord Line AS is one of the largest cruise and transport shipping companies in Norway, and operates Langesund Ferry Terminal with daily departures to Hirtshals, Stavanger and Bergen. In addition to passengers and passenger vehicles, the ferries carry freight on trolleys and semi-trailers to and from Western Norway and mainland Europe.