Port of Kalundborg to Start Big Expansion Project
- Business & Finance
The Port of Kalundborg is working to establish a new port area of 330,000 square meters called the New West Port.
According to the port, the new area will have a 500 meter long quay with the water depth of 15 meters.
The Port of Kalundborg will thereby be the only port at Zealand to oﬀer deep water at the quay immediately next to the T route, which is the deep water route connecting the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
Out of the 330,000 square meters, 50,000 will initially be used for Kalundborg Container Terminal, but with the possibility of later expansions, and other 68,500 square meters will be used for a quay road, internal roads, parking etc.
In total, 211,500 square meters can be rented out to companies that wish to establish a production site or for instance need more space for storage, reported the port.
The construction work is expected to start this autumn and the whole port area will be ready for use by 1 February 2019.