Denmark, a constitutional monarchy of 5.6 million in norther Europe, consists of Denmark and two autonomous constituent countries in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Denmark, one of the northern European countries comprising Scandinavia, has a high-income economy that in 2014 ranked sixth in nominal GDP per capita. It’s worth any exporter’s while to learn more about this highly developed, stable anchor of the European economy; you’ll quickly see how smart it is to ship your goods by means of ocean freight to Denmark.
Denmark’s main exports include manufactured goods, agricultural products, and fuels, and its major industries include food processing, shipbuilding, construction, and pharmaceuticals.
Denmark is frequently ranked as one of the happiest countries in the world, and its residents enjoy a high standard of living, having one of the highest per capita incomes in the world. Open a gateway to the rich markets of Scandinavia with Ocean freight to Denmark.
If your shipment consists of at least six standard pallets, you’re considered to have a full container load (FCL). Six pallets equal a bit more than half a 20-foot container load. 20-foot containers accommodate 10 standard pallets, while 40-foot containers can take 22 standard pallets.
FCL is also a good choice if you wish to minimize any risk of damage to your merchandise that could be caused by contact with other exporters’ goods.
We recommend groupage (LCL) if sharing a container is a viable option for you, as it requires you to pay only for the container space you need. Talk to iContainers for rates and other important details.
The port of Aalborg is accessible 24 hours a day, year-‘round. Its main import and export commodities include feedstuffs, cement, coal, and oil. Two additional private ports house the cement factory Aalborg Portland A/S and the power station Vattenfall A/S. The port is equipped with RORO facilities, and features efficient container services with a certified workshop for cleaning and repair of dry boxes and reefer.
The Port of Arhus features 15 shipping companies that offer a number of weekly connections to ports in the Nordic countries, all parts of Europe, and ports in the UK, the eastern Mediterranean, and the Far East. Arhus boasts Denmark’s largest public bulk terminal for the transport of feedstuffs, oil, and grains, and is a major international container port.
The port of Fredericia is one of the deepest ports in Denmark, with a depth of nearly 50 feet. It is dominated by a Shell Oil refinery with its two jetties, one of which is also used to load North Sea crude oil. Among the port’s other main commodities are salt, containers, steel, and fertilizers. Fredericia is accessible all year, 24 hours a day, and can accommodate Aframax and Panamax ships.
With a traffic capacity of nearly 20 million tons, Denmark’s largest port is that of Copenhagen; this is also one of the largest ports in the Baltic Sea basin. The terminal features 43 acres of storage area. The port has a four-berth RORO terminal, and handles general cargo, automobiles, and bulk.