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Swedish ports A linchpin in Swedish industry. 95% of Swedish foreign trade is transported through a port.

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1 Swedish ports A linchpin in Swedish industry

2 95% of Swedish foreign trade is transported through a port

3 Continuously increasing foreign trade

4 Swedish trade markets

5 Engineering goods dominate

6 Part of Swedish industry Port companies – an integrated part of the total production chain from raw materials to the consumer

7 A link in the transport chain Meeting place for three modes of transportation: ship, truck and railways

8 Working together with many players Industry and trade Transport industry Shipping-related companies and organizations Politicians Municipalities Government departments and authorities Associated organizations Trade unions General public

9 The port is a logistic hub The port is a logistic hub where goods, people and modes of transport meet and where efficient logistical solutions are developed

10 Commercial operations Commercial companies in an international and competitive market Financed by revenue from the port companies’ customers Owned by municipalities, but are independent limited liability companies

11 Hub with possibilities Effective and clever logistics Overview, capacity and competencies

12 Not just shipping Storage, refinement and distribution Increasingly more land-based operations Large values of goods require security and reliability

13 Swedish ports 52 ports with commercial traffic

14 Different types of ports Oil BulkContainerFerry RoRo

15 North Central Gotland South/West East West 35 % of total 12 % of total 3% of total 19 % of total <1% of total 20 % of total South South/East 141 million tons handled in % of total 3 % of total

16 Gävle hamn OxelösundNorrköping Stockholms hamnar Karlshamn hamn Malmö hamn Helsingborgs hamn Göteborgs hamn Luleå hamn Trelleborgs hamn Sweden’s 10 largest ports (tons)

17 Luleå hamn Wallhamn Göteborg Halmstad Sölvesborg Gävle Oxelösund Stockholms hamnar Umeå Malmö Luleå Skellefteå Piteå Skärnäs Vänerhamn Södertälje Mälarhamnar Norrköping Mönsterås Åhus Helsingborg Varberg Lysekil Uddevalla 1.5 million TEUs were handled in 2011 TEU

18 Göteborg Halmstad Gävle hamn Stockholms hamnar Umeå Malmö hamn Strömstad Ystad Varberg Trelleborgs hamn Gotland Uddevalla Karlskrona Oskarshamn Piteå Trailers 2.7 million “rolling goods” were handled in 2011 Helsingborg

19 Wallhamn Göteborg Halmstad Malmö Trelleborg Karlshamn Karlskrona Stockholms hamnar Södertälje Umeå Piteå Vehicles 959,951 vehicles were handled in 2011 Gävle

20 Wallhamn Göteborg Halmstad Gävle hamn Oxelösund Stockholms hamnar Umeå Malmö hamn Luleå hamn Skellefteå Piteå Skärnäs Vänerhamn Södertälje Mälarhamnar Norrköping Mönsterås Varberg Lysekil Uddevalla Gotland Örnsköldsvik Härnösand Delta terminal Sundsvall Söderhamn Hargshamn Kalmar Bergkvara Trelleborg Karlshamn Landskrona Helsingborg 83 million tons handled in 2011 Karlskrona Bulk Sölvesborg Åhus Ystad

21 Kalmar Göteborg Halmstad Gävle hamn Oxelösund Stockholms hamnar Umeå Malmö hamn Luleå hamn Piteå Sundsvall Vänerhamn Södertälje Mälarhamnar Norrköping Oskarshamn Helsingborg Lysekil Uddevalla Trelleborg Karlshamn Västervik Oil 33.5 million tons of oil were handled in 2011

22 Göteborg Halmstad Stockholms hamnar Umeå Skellefteå Piteå Skärnäs Vänerhamn Södertälje Mälarhamnar Norrköping Helsingborg Varberg Lysekil Uddevalla Gotland Delta Terminal Sundsvall Falkenberg Kalix Forest 14.7 million tons were handled in 2011 Husum Luleå hamn Örnsköldsvik Norrtälje Hargshamn Gävle Söderhamn Kalmar Karlshamn Sölvesborg Bergkvara Mönsterås Oskarshamn Västervik Oxelösund

23 Wallhamn Göteborg Halmstad Sölvesborg Umeå Malmö Skellefteå Vänerhamn Södertälje Mälarhamnar Norrköping Åhus Varberg Uddevalla Gotland Örnsköldsvik Sundsvall Söderhamn Kalmar Karlshamn Landskrona Helsingborg Falkenberg Luleå hamn Piteå Other bulk 32.4 million tons were handled in 2011 Gävle Hargshamn Stockholms Hamnar Ystad

24 Part of people’s journey Approximately 29 million people travel via Swedish ports

25 Adapting to changeable world Trends: GlobalizationManufacturing in low-cost countries Modularization Containerization Stricter environmental requirements

26 Many rules Examples: Working environment Environmental code ISPS code Waste management Dangerous goods

27 EU focus on the environment Green Corridors Increased intermodality

28 Active environmental work at the ports Land-based electricity Environmentally friendly fuels Waste management

29 Major investments for the future The ports are also investing heavily in both infrastructure and equipment to meet market demands

30 Cooperation between port companies

31 The ports move Cities are taking over central port areas The ports are moving close to shipping lanes

32 Many types of jobs at ports

33 Training for port jobs Minimum requirement for completed upper secondary education for all port occupations Comprehensive introduction training for port workers

34 Ports of Sweden The industry and employers’ organization for Swedish port companies The organization pursues matters of interest to the industry to facility the success of port companies Member of the Transport Group

35 Cooperation involving many parties

36 Sweden’s port companies Competitive logistical solutions enabling growth and development for trade, industry and society

37 The ports A linchpin in Swedish industry

38 16 Ports of Sweden


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