DK-8100 Aarhus C
The multipurpose Port of Aarhus, located in the mid-eastern part of Jutland, is Denmark's largest container port, allowing calls of the world's biggest oceangoing vessels. In 2013, the company handled 431,000 TEU, comprising around 60% of country's market share in container sector.
Port of Aarhus is divided into six areas: container terminal, multi terminal, bulk terminal, tank terminal, ferry terminal and cruise ships berth. The container terminal – APMT-CS – spans over 700,000 m2. Vessels of 15 m depth can moor by 8 available berths. The terminal's 1,300 m long quays are equipped with straddle carriers, reachstackers and 8 STS container cranes: 4 Super Post-Panamax, 3 Post-Panamax and 1 Panamax. Each Super Post Panamax crane's ability to move 35 containers per hour buoys up harbour's efficiency.
Aarhus is also a port of call for Maersk Line's AE10 service, which directly links Europe and the Far East. The port can be reached through regular feeder/shortsea connections provided by such operators as: MSC, CMA CGM/MacAndrews, Unifeeder, Seago Line, Containerships, Hapag-Lloyd, Eimskip, Samskip, Sea Connect and K-Line.
|C||APM Container Terminal|
|P||Cruise ships berth|
|R P||Ferry Terminal|
|D B||Multi Terminal|
|Total port area||282 ha|
|Land area||260 ha|
|Of which rentable sites||n/a|
|Water depth||15 m|
|Total quay length||9 km|
|No. of quays||80|
|TOTAL||7.75 mln tn||8.21 mln tn||-5.6%|
|Dry bulk||2.78 mln tn||2.56 mln tn||+8.6%|
|Liquids||1.43 mln tn||1.49 mln tn||-4%|
|General cargo||3.54 mln tn||4.16 mln tn||-12.5%|
|incl.||Containers||424.04 thou. TEU||405.84 thou. TEU||+4.5%|
|Ro-ro||400 thou. tn||1.14 mln tn||-52.9%|
|Pax||2.38 mln||2.22 mln||+7.2%|
|Ship calls||5.23 thou.||6.1 thou.||-14.3%|