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Port of Køge has terminals for bulk,
tank, generel cargo, RoRo and ferry traffic


Port of Køge has terminals for bulk goods, tankers, general cargo, ro-ro and ferry traffic. Køge Harbour’s ferry and ro-ro terminal has three fixed ramps designed in accordance with international standards and one moveable ramp. The ramps are up to 25 m wide, and the two berths have a wharf length of 180 m and 140m. There is also a holding area for trailers, trucks, cars and busses. The ferry terminal covers a total area of 25,000 square metres, and is primarily intended to handle ferry traffic to and from Bornholm.

Terminal building

The terminal building contains waiting area facilities for passengers and various offices. The Scandinavian Transport Centre and Port of Køge have offices in the building, and rooms on the first floor are available for hire for harbour-related purposes.

The address of the terminal is Baltic Kaj 1.

The building was constructed in 2004 as a combined ferry terminal and office for the Scandinavian Transport Centre and Køge Harbour. It was designed by Arkitekterne i Køge A/S. It has a glossy aluminium and glass exterior. Inside, the floors are made of ash wood planks, and the walls are made of wood, aluminium and glass. From the offices, and the viewing platform on the roof, there is a lovely view of the harbour, Køge Bay and the Øresund bridge.

Direct connection to motorway

The ferry terminal has a connection to the motorway network via exit 32 and a 2.8 km long ring road.

The berths have receiving systems for sewerage and waste.