APM Terminals and Maersk announce agreement to shift carrier’s volume from Copenhagen to Port of Kalundborg.
A.P Moller-Maersk and APM Terminals have announced that Kalundborg will receive two weekly feeder services with the rotation Bremerhaven-Hallstammer-Helsingborg-Kalunborg-Aarhus-Frederica-Bremerhaven. The shift represents approximately 30% of the volumes transiting through Zealand.
“We are proud that A.P. Moller – Maersk as our first customer subsequently has chosen APM Terminals in Kalundborg to serve as their main point of logistics in the Eastern part of Denmark. With Kalundborg, we see an opportunity to provide customers with great service and an efficient and competitive product in a strong location… ”, said Dennis Olesen, Managing Director Nordics, APM Terminals.
APM has agreed with the Port of Kalunborg to establish operations in the Ny Vesthavn area starting in the Spring of 2021. The area will have a depth of 15m and will be fully paved. APM expects to ramp up preparations and be fully operational and serving customers by March.