Port of Oslo, together with the freight terminal at Alnabru, is the national cargo and transport hub, and a vital portal to access the Norwegian marketplace. The port handles a diverse range of cargo and container traffic, including consumer goods, motor vehicles, grain, oil, salt and cement for the construction industry.
Sydhavna (South Harbor) is Norway's most important logistics hub connecting local, regional and national markets. This modern industrial port is located east of inner Oslo Fjord.
YILport Oslo is Norway’s logistics hub and home to Norway's largest and most modern container terminal. The port is close to a large and growing market. Half of the Norwegian population lives within a 3-hour drive.
Dry bulk is an important segment for Port of Oslo, and includes products such as cereals, salt, sand, cement and gravel.
Port of Oslo is well connected via fixed routes to ports throughout Norway, Europe and the rest of the world.