Port of Oslo(Port Code: NOOSL) is Norway's largest general cargo and passenger port. From Oslo, half of Norway's population can be reached within three hours. It is located at the top of Oslo fjord in the country's southeast, close to the southwest of the port city and adjacent to the North hascalgrak Strait. It is 54 nautical miles to the mouth of Oslo Bay in the south, 160 nautical miles to the port of Gothenburg,
Oslo Port is a natural hub for logistics in Norway, with modern and efficient terminals. To the north of the jetty are cement, chemical fertilizer, loading and unloading terminals outside the port, and container and Ro / Ro terminals; To the south is the oil and gas terminal. A new container terminal is still under construction in the southeast of the port area. There is an oil terminal 12 nautical miles outside the port. There are 12.4 km of wharf line with a 5-12 meters water depth, more than 40 wharves, and more than 100 intermediate berths in Hong Kong. The annual cargo handling capacity is about 10 million tons.