- The Port of Køge and Scandinavian Transport Center is developed the Køge Municipality.
- The harbour measures 35 ha of land, with 72,5 ha more under development including a multi terminal (pending a VVM report) measuring 25 ha.
- The port of Køge current has 2040 m’s of wharf and 2300 m is currently being built
- The water level in the reservoir is currently 7 m – and will be deepened to 9,5 m.
- Ships measuring 140 in length and 25 m in width can dock at Port of Køge.
- In the future ships of up to 200 m lenght and 30 m width will be able to dock at Port of Køge.
- The harbour is centrally placed for a wide range of destinations from the Baltic Sea area.
- From Drogden to Falsterbo Rev lighthouse there are 18 nautical miles to the Port of Køge.
- The Port of Køge is a member is a member of the umbrella organisation ”Danske Havne” / Danish Harbour.
The Port of Køge is one of Denmark’s oldest ports. It used to lie further inland in the past, but there have been maritime activities in Køge for thousands of years. The current port in Køge is an active and dynamic port, with lots of traffic and further growth expected in the future.
Over the next few years, approx. DKK 1 billion will be invested to expand the port, adding 2300 extra metres of wharf area and 700.000 m2 of land. This will make Port of Køge an even stronger working partner for local companies and the large surrounding area serviced by the port and the companies based there.
Port of Køge is equipped with modern facilities for dry and wet loading, bulk goods, and tankers, and other types of shipping. The port is well supported by experienced suppliers and good equipment.