- Largest RoRo port in Scandinavia and the shortest route to the continent.
- One of five Swedish core ports
- Approx. 9 % of Swedish imports and exports pass Trelleborg’s quays.
- Second in Sweden in terms of cargo volumes in ton.
- The Baltic Sea’s largest railway port.
- The largest rail ferries in the world operate Port of Trelleborg.
|Owner||100 % of the shares owned by Trelleborg Municipality since 2005|
|Type of port||RoRo|
|Water depth in the port basin||Max 7,4-9 m at MWL (Mean Water Level). Vessels up to 240 m long can call at the port.|
|Railway traffic||Intermodal traffic is handled by two container trucks, called reach stackers, with a lifting capacity of 45 tons each.|
|Average number of employees||128 persons (2020) The management of the Port of Trelleborg is in three terminals; ferry terminal, intermodal terminal and logistics center. Approximately 60 people, divided into four teams, work around the clock. The ferry service to the big three customers also includes provisioning and waste disposal.|
|Corporate identity nr./VAT-nr||556008-2413 / SE556008241301|
|Arrivals and departures each day||30|
|Customers (13 vessels)|
|Ferry destinations (4)||
|Opening hours||Around the clock; 7 days a week, 24 hours in the day|
|Security||Since 1 July 2004, the port is certified according to the ISPS code (International Ship and Port Facilities Security Code). This is handled by a separate department, TPC (Trelleborg Port Control) which is staffed around the clock. Port of Trelleborg is responsible for perimeter security, identity control and other security and monitoring in accordance with the provisions of the ISPS Code, customs regulation, port regulations, etc.|