Sweden ports map
Map of Sweden ports. Sweden ports map (Northern Europe - Europe) to print. Sweden ports map (Northern Europe - Europe) to download. Göteborg, Stockholm, and Malmö, the three largest ports, and a number of smaller ports are well-equipped to handle large oceangoing vessels. In 2005, the Swedish merchant fleet consisted of 205 ships of 1,000 GRT or more, with a combined capacity of 2,702,763 GRT. Canals in central Sweden have opened the lakes to seagoing craft; inland waterways add up to 2,052 km (1,275 mi), navigable by small steamers and barges. In 2018, Gothenburg was the Swedish port, which handled the largest volume of goods as its shown in Sweden ports map. In detail, more than 40.6 million metric tons of goods entered the port that year. The second busiest port was Trelleborg with over 11 million metric tons of goods handled.
Almost 30% of Sweden foreign trade passes through this port (Port of Gothenburg, 2016). According to ISL (2006), in 2003, between 10% and 15% of the general cargo handled at the seaport was transshipped to 4 The Swedish Confederation of Transport Enterprises is an organization for firms in the transport sector in Sweden. The Port of Gothenburg handled almost 41 million tons of cargo in 2016 as its mentioned in Sweden ports map, followed by the Port of Trelleborg, with almost 11 million tons, and the Port of Helsingborg, with around nine million tons. From a land perspective, the port is connected to the Swedish railway network that reaches most major regions in the country.