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Grenaa Port (DKGRE)

Port Code DKGRE City Grenaa
Port Name GRENAA Country/Region Denmark
Category Port City Route EUROPEAN BRANCH PORT
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Grenaa Port (DKGRE)

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      The port of Denmark.The time zone is East Zone 1 in winter and East Zone 2 in summer.The maximum draft is 6 meters.The loading density of water is 1024.The tidal range is 0.3m.Westerly winds prevail.If the vessel entering or leaving the port is fully loaded or has dirty oil tanks, it must have a pilot on board.The maximum length of the vessel is limited to 100 meters.Local communications: vhfch12, 13, 16.Operation time: 07:00-08:30, 09:00-12:00, 12:30-16:00 according to the local regulations, the berths for bulk cargo in Hong Kong are as follows: Berth 1 is 200 meters long, 5.7 meters deep and 5.4 meters maximum draft.Berth 2, 100 meters long.The water depth is 6.3m and the maximum draft is 6m.Berth 3 is 80 meters long, 5 meters deep and 4.7 meters maximum draft.Berth 4 is 120 meters long, 5 meters deep and 4.7 meters maximum draft.Berth 1 for RO ro ship.Oil tanker berth: 160m long, 6.5m deep, 6m maximum draft.The largest ship is 100 meters long.There are ship repair, dry dock, fuel supply, fresh water supply, medical and repatriation services, food supply, consuls in Norway and Sweden.Annual throughput;80000 tons out of port and 250000 tons in port.

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Summary of DKGRE

Grenaa port (port code: DKGRE) is a medium-sized port in Denmark. It is situated on the east coast of Jutland, 60 kilometers from Aarhus.
The harbour is divided into 6 basins. Container and Ro-Ro facilities are available. Approximately 1,300,000t of cargo are handled by the port annually. The principal exports are grain, seed, stone and paper while imports include coal, phosphates, saltpetre, oil, chemicals, wood pellets, wood chips, logs and paper pulp.
The port accommodates around 500 vessels annually. The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are general cargo vessels, accounting for about 21%; fishing vessels, taking up around 20%; and bulk carriers, taking up a proportion of approximately 6%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 207 meters. The maximum draught is 8.6 meters. The maximum deadweight is 61,175t.