Port of Trelleborg is Scandinavia’s largest RoRo port and the shortest route to the continent.
The tourists increased their travel to and from Port of Trelleborg in 20222023 01 23
Port of Trelleborg summarizes 2022 and notes that the number of cars and passengers has had a positive development during the past year. The upward trend looks set to continue…
Welcome to Port of Trelleborg Tinker Bell2023 01 17
Welcome and good luck on the Baltic Sea Tinker Bell! Today, TT-Line’s 220-meter-long vessel Tinker Bell (formerly Peter Pan) made its first call at Port of Trelleborg in ferry berth…
Celebration of Lucia with saffron buns and glögg2022 12 13
Port of Trelleborg wishes you all a Happy Lucia! On December 13-16 we have “Lucia week” in the port. After dreary pandemic years, it’s great to once again be able…
Researchers from Chalmers about vessels’ sewage2022 12 07
Port of Trelleborg continues its environmental journey. Today, sewage was on the agenda and a very rewarding collaborative work in combination with the Port of Trelleborg, our shipping customer TT-Line…
A bit closer to the Continent
Port of Trelleborg is the largest RoRo port in Scandinavia. It handles a significant share of the Swedish foreign export/import volumes. Today 14 RoPax ferries operate regularly in the four transport corridors between Trelleborg and the Continent.
The geographic location of Trelleborg as Sweden’s most southern port, only 85 km from the German border, creates excellent conditions for time tables with high frequencies.
The extensive supply of ferry connections via the Port of Trelleborg (15 arrivals and 15 departures) create an efficient link to the four ports in Travemünde, Rostock, Swinoujscie and Klaipeda.
The port is fully integrated into the customers supply chains and meets shippers’ and hauliers’ requirements by minimising terminal- and lead times.
- Scandinavia’s largest RoRo port (for rolling traffic)
- Where Europe meets Scandinavia
- Ferry connections to Rostock, Travemünde, Swinoujscie and Klaipeda
- 30 arrivals and departures every day, 24 hours a day, all year round
- Each year, more than one million trucks, trailers and cars pass through the port
- Aim to be the Baltic Sea’s climate-smartest port
- One of five Swedish core ports designated by EU
- The Baltic Sea’s largest railway port
- 100% owned by Municipality of Trelleborg
- Turnover 296 million (2021)