Copenhagen Port (DKCPH)

Port Code DKCPH City Copenhagen
Port Name COPENHAGEN Country/Region Denmark
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Copenhagen Port (DKCPH)


      Port of Copenhagen is located in Copenhagen, the capital of the kingdom of Denmark, in the east of Denmark's Silan island.It is located on the west side of the Danish Strait, across the gorge from Malmo in the south of Sweden, about 14N miles away. There are trains and ferries available. It is the capital and largest port of Denmark.

There are two breakwaters in Hong Kong, including the north port, the outer port, the south port and the inner port. The north port is an ocean port, and the free port is also included.The handling equipment includes various shore cranes, gantry cranes, container cranes, straddle trucks, hoists, floating cranes, grain suction devices and roll on / roll off facilities, among which the floating crane has the largest capacity of 180 tons.Hong Kong's warehouses cover an area of 500000 square meters, including 37000 square meters of timber, 90000 square meters of coal and 40000 square meters of insulated fruit sheds.The Port Free Trade Zone covers an area of 870000 square meters.The main export goods are grain, meat, textiles, mink, machinery, ships, wine, fruit, animal and vegetable oil, milk products, sugar and chemical products, etc. the main import goods are coal, crude oil, pig iron, wood, feed and industrial products, of which mink accounts for about 60% of the world's exports.In 1994, the container throughput was 173000 TEU, an increase of 18% over 1993, and the annual cargo throughput was about 25 million tons.In holidays, if you need to work overtime, you must apply the day before. After approval, you can arrange the work, but you should pay overtime.

As early as the 16th century, it began to prosper due to the development of shipping in the Baltic Sea.Located in the transportation hub of sea, land and air in northern Europe, it is the political, economic and cultural center of Denmark, and also the largest trading city in northern Europe;Paris in the north is famous for its many similarities with Paris, such as many palaces, museums, various amusement parks and parks, the most famous of which is the palace of Christian VI, and the earliest university in northern Europe, Copenhagen University, which was founded in 1479.30% of China's industries are concentrated here, mainly in shipbuilding, machinery manufacturing, metallurgy, chemistry, food processing and textile.The port is about 11km away from the airport, with regular flights all over the world.

Climatic characteristics

The port has a temperate marine climate with southwest wind prevailing.The highest annual average temperature is 28 ℃ and the lowest is - 2 ℃.The freezing period is from the middle of January to the last ten days of February, but with the assistance of icebreakers, it generally does not hinder navigation and berthing.The annual average rainfall is about 700mm.The tide is very low.

Copenhagen port description

The port of Copenhagen (the capital of Denmark) is located on the east coast of Ceylon.The port is operated by Copenhagen's port of Malmo (CMP) and owned by the city and port development company CPH and port of Malmo.The main business is cruise ships, oil tankers, container ships, naval vessels and RO ro ships.Copenhagen is the main cruise port in the Baltic Sea region, which is suitable for the transfer and docking of most cruise ships in the Nordic / Baltic Sea.The normal water depth is 12 meters.There are no tides or slight restrictions.Copenhagen roads are widely used as refuelling areas.In addition, all other offshore services are provided.The port is open all year round, 24 hours a day.

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Summary of DKCPH

Copenhagen Port (port code: DKCPH) is located on the east coast of Sjaelland and the harbour is formed by a branch of the Sound that runs between the islands of Amager and Sjaelland. It has merged with the port of Malmo to create Copenhagen Malmo Port (CMP).
The port covers a production area of about 200 hectares and a development area of about 300 hectares. It contains two harbors, one with free port status. With capacity to handle Panamax vessels, total quay length in the port is 16.5 kilometers, and the port contains 36 kilometers of railway tracks.
The port contains ten berths serving ferries and roll-on/roll-off vessels. The port contains two modern container terminals covering 250 thousand square meters, four car terminals, and bulk terminals. It is also equipped with four container gantry cranes, one mobile crane, and ten rail-mounted cranes. The port also has 200 thousand square meters of warehouse space and tank capacity for two million cubic meters.
Combined with the port of Malmo, a total of about 8,000 vessels, 15,000,000t of cargo, 153,000TEU and 829,000 passengers are handled annually.